Zollenspieker Faehrhaus Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... ever before, our luggage was also there so we headed off to pick up our Alamo rental car. Even that was a cinch. Not even 15 minutes and we had our jeep loaded and headed off to Cape Coral. But alas not everything was easy. We needed over an hour to reach Alligator Alley. The I-75 North was one huge traffic jam which caused us to travel an extra hour. We finally arrived in Cape Coral at 7:30 pm local time. We were so exhausted we headed straight for our beds. No travel pics ...
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... cow produces more than my father's entire herd!" a friend from Burkina Faso once told me).
Suddenly the beautiful wheat fields give way to vistas of the open sea. We slow down, and suddenly we drive into the hold of the ferry to Denmark.
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... joined up. They were all from England, but the others just from the southern part/London area. It was cool to be going out with English speakers, but Dave (from Northern England) had such a thick accent it was sometimes like he was talking in a different language.
Monica and I went with them to watch the soccer/football game in a park that had big screens similar to Denmark. First I thought these English guys thought we were totally stupid Americans, but they ended up ...