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Fabianus-Kirchplatz 1, Rosendahl, North Rhine-Westphalia, 48720, Germany | Hotel

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Berlin, Munich and Bad Bentheim

A travel blog entry by deejaypoitzmann


... We spent the first full day detoxing - no smoking, no drinking and no leaving the bed... With the exception of going to a cafe called Gobi (that just so happened to have cheap cocktails going when we arrived) to find wifi as the apartment's wifi had broken two days into our stay. So the highlight of the first full day was drinking strawberry daiquiris and snapchatting people in Melbourne about how cheap drink prices were. Woo Berlin! Tuesday we were feeling slightly better so ...

Short blog, wifi in pub only!

A travel blog entry by big.adventure


Arrived safe & sound in Munster (approx 488 miles) just before 9 am after driving through the night -well, apart from the ferry! Only blip was headlight bulb needing replacing as we got off the ferry at 3am. Just what we needed! Thanks to all who came to see us off last night, was that only last night? It seems ages ...

Now in Germany!

A travel blog entry by sarahandthomas


We arrived in Germany on Friday 25th April 2014 after getting Rupert up and running smoothly again that morning (in Kieft & Klok), we headed for the City of Münster on the basis it was a large(ish) area with hopefully a lot of campsite availability, we found 1 in the area, Campingplatz Münster, not the best find we have had, it was a bit (lot) overpriced and ...

Cousins, Chickens, Coal and Curiosity

A travel blog entry by dfla


... is a very interesting guy as he cares for hens in the backyard (for eggs), cooks his own bread, and in the summer grows much of his own produce. It is quite remarkable how sustainably savvy he is!

We took time to learn about each other's lives and cultures and we grabbed a quick bite to eat. Luckily they all speak good english from travelling abroad and studying in school so there was little language barrier. It was ...

My First Day as an English Teacher

A travel blog entry by timothy.phelps


... vs. an. Many of the students (who had to use the word eulogy in their assignment) were using an even though eulogy starts with a "y" sound. I think this lesson helped several students, and I even got to speak a little (weak) German to them. Andere Fragen?

A major point about the school I'm working in: It is far different than American schools. I will ...


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