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... a local brew in a tall boy can, even though it seems like they all come in a tall boy cans if you get it at e grocery store. One interesting thing is that the beer sold here can be purchased in cases and single cans, single bottles are not as popular. We walked the two or so miles back to the hotel. It wasn't too late and by 9:00 we were hungry so we order a kids pizza and kids ice cream, Brittany's first experience with room service. That was the end of day two. Miles walked: ...
... going on. You pay to see 'everything' of interest and pay 4 euro, per person, per night in all hotels to stay. So where is all this 'tourist tax' being spent. Not on toilets, it's 1 euro to use any of those, no updated signage, an old transportation system and no helpful staff to assist you at train stations. It's not a third world country, the place needs to organise itself for they won't be getting anymore 'tourist' dollars out of me in the future. We arrived at the ...
... of fresh fruit juice.* sliced strawberry and 12 grapes draped in 3 tablespoons of cheese, a teaspoon of brown-tipped. A container of water with artificial flavors. * Peel storebought quiche with salad. Fruit jam.
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Basement Mold - The Most Common Place In The Home
Basement mold is pernicious stuff.
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Basement mold is the most common mold that you will encounter in your home. This is because the basement is underground and is usually not developed as the rest ...
... further out where it’s more affordable. The city owns a lot of housing too and it all looks very tidy.
Coming back down, the central city is all commerce and retail with banking of course and the Bahnoffstrasse, the main shopping street, is chock full of every high end store you have ever heard of, a few high street stores (H&M, Zara etc) and lots of very exclusive-looking little shops. It’s a pretty city and, as I ...