Zollenspieker Faehrhaus Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Multilingual staff
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... of their motorways, which doesn't allow you to see anything from the highway in terms of scenery. So it ends up being a pretty **** poor way to sightsee. One thing that was interesting. All of the trucks were off the road and parked at the various truck stops along the route. We found out later that there is a national law that prohibits trucks from using the motorways on Sunday in order to ...
... them that German wings had damaged bag! To cut a long story short, John collected our other bags while Vicki did the talking, the lady was pretty cool, gave us a report and forms and told us to go to the luggage store in the terminal to get an assessment of the bag. The young lady there was very helpful, and she made a sale as we bought a replacement bag, another Samsonite, but a little bigger. Reading her report we learned a new German word, ...
... breakfast at Brødflov! Gonna miss that spread! I debated buying the marmalade and shipping it home it was that good! After eating, we hopped on the metro to CPH Central Station. We had a good hour to kill so we just sat and looked through our photos. We met a guy named Mark who was from Dublin and had an internship in Denmark. He was super cool and gave us some tips. He's also been to UCSB and loved it there! After a short talk, ...
Went to see where they repair. Lufthansa and customer plans. Couldn't take pictures inside, but neat facility. Got up close to 747 being overhauled. Saw two 747 for a middle Easter rich guy, being outfitted. In all a cost of about a billion dollars. Enjoyed some free time in Hamburg Olster Lake. Rode on a solar powered ...
... 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 ...