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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to strap it up huh Our accommodation tonight is a hostel in Hel, it is lovely, nice and clean and spacious, we have our own room with sink, shared bathroom but it's cheap, £35 for 2 nights total Downside full of screaming girls and couldn't get any food or WINE or ...
We left UK on the 2nd June 2014 en route to Hull Docks for our crossing to Zeebrugge. 3rd June,left the port of Zeebrugge for Hannover,heading for Hamburg,pretty boring day,mostly motorway till we left for the tiny village of Holm-Seppensen I d Nordheide,a beautiful quite place set in the middle of the forest. 4th June,Trip into Hamburg,and a look around this old city,red hot 25 degrees. 5th ...
... walking around with large joints and massive amount of youngies playing back gammon at tables while enjoying a drink. Don had a frikadella sanga and I had a massive nachos. Many people wandered in stoned and hungry. The dogs all walk around without leads getting stray food off people. You can't take photos in the green light district though. We were weary and caught the bus back to Valby where we bought TV dinners at the ...
... arrival. They are both German and we are traveling together from Düsseldorf. You'd better get used to their names, Mel and Yvonne, they should be regulars on here! This time I wasn't asked what I want on my name tag. For walt's sake, I hope they put Gini on it again. Also we have already had to do "Dorms", we are now able to put down one other room mate and put down our preferred choice of Apartment Complex. Together with a ...
... because they show the nobility and strength of the human character. It is easy to forget those who lived.
And at the end of this huge hall, is a window overlooking the site itself. But there is not the usual representation of the KZ site; there is nothing left to see of the camp and no attempt to make any recreation. Instead, you look out onto a an attractive and appealing woodland. The British burnt the hellish place to the ground. Today, where Bergen-Belsen once stood, there ...