Hotel St. Annen
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... massively inverted level of pain Mini Vs Full.
The mini will leave you trawling through Melbourne's frozen yoghurt cafés for a week in an attempt to console yourself, wheelchair positioned conspicuously for sympathy and mobile scooter on express dispatch from Amazon Prime. Compared to that, the full barrel just leaves you pooing your pants at the top until your instructor eventually gets tired of gentle coaxing and starts threatening you, at which point you execute ...
... Annette and she was as happy as a pig in mud. I choose not to take it personally, and at least Spencer was happy to stay sitting with us.
After the circus we considered our options for dinner and Annette had a suggestion of her and Holger babysitting the kids and us going out for dinner with Mali, a suggestion that we happily went with. The kids had a great time with Annette and Holger eating Annette’s bolognese, which I think they preferred to mine – ...
Another sleep in for us again, so another morning having a late breakfast with Annette. We eventually got ourselves organised enough to leave the house so we headed into town on the train to visit Miniature World. I must admit I really didn't think that I would enjoy it but was happy to go as I knew the kids would find it fun …. but it was great. The first section showed the same town through different eras, which was interesting to see. Then there was a section on how a town ...
Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany and the second largest port in Europe and the tenth largest port in the whole world. It has a strong economy and is an important and influential industrial and media centre. Here are ten of the top attractions to be enjoyed in the city:
... make the crowd that came to listen to his speeches seem larger. Aaron and I went back the next day to do a tour of the inside of the Rathaus – it was the most luscious building I have ever been in. It has more rooms than Buckingham Palace. The entire walls in one room were wood panels hand carved by orphans, another room had huge leather hand carved panels on the wall, and some of the pillars were made out of 50% diamond, and one of the conference rooms had a ...