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Travel Blogs from Kaiserslautern
... at the apartment watching TV and catching up. Katie made Shrimp Scampi for dinner. Delicious! Later, went to the local bar, The Celtic Knot, to watch Germany play Brazil. The Knot is one of the few bars in town. There were a few local Germans there watching the game and they had a hell of a lot to cheer about. What a game! Lets go Deutschland! We are planning to go into a bigger city to watch the final Sunday. After the game we headed back and just watched ...
This morning we woke a little late (8:30) and hung around while Taylor worked. Around 10:30 we thought it should be time for breakfast so we walked to a little market (penny mart) and bought 3 yogurts, a box of raspberries and some water (also coke zero for me). Back to the hotel where they were nice enough to dig up some plastic spoons for us. Then we hopped into the car, ate the yogurts quick and drove to Babara's (Taylor's stepmom) in Bad Kreuznach. Barbara fed us ...
... good workout for the calf muscles. From the forecourt we could get a great view of Heidelberg and the old town. We had lunch in the old area then back to Speyer where we relaxed for an hour before going out to some friends of Rad and Peters for a BBQ dinner. A great night finished off with a great thunderstorm. It cleared the air nicely bringing the temperature down from 35 - 20 in about 30 ...
Today we woke up and had another good breakfast of fresh picked cherries. Then we had to say goodbye to Elisabeth because she was going on a business trip. Raphael then drove Tim and I to Karlsruhe. We were playing at the Konzerthaus in Karlsruhe. It was a very magnificent place and many famous orchestras had played there as well. After rehearsal Raphael picked Tim and I back up and drove us home. We then again went to the lake and played some football. Jürgen also got Tim and I ...
Adrian dropped us at a nearby village, Landstuhl, this morning as it has the nearest train station. The weather was pretty miserable but not too cold, not quite what I had expected from Germany in December.
First stop coffee! and breakfast.. We had an entire day to kill so wandered the village, there wasn't a lot to see really. A castle perched on a hill overlooking the area but due to the rain we decided it was not a good idea to climb up for a look.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center