Ibis Budget Basel Pratteln
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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I need to mark Basel on the map & would also like to say to anyone reading this that might be planning a trip to the area, we stayed at The Passage hotel - it was EXCELLENT ! and I would highly recommend it; awesome shower, big rooms, comfy bed, mini fridge (if you can afford that sort of thing), a fantastic gym downstairs, and just a hop, skip, and jump away from anything and everything you could possibly want. ...
... no time as the roads were empty we decided to continue driving. Having looked at the forecast and knowing there's a pool at the Luxembourg site. With the boys happy watching videos on the iPads we continued. We found a free site just inside Luxembourg where the fuel is €1.01 about 73p a lt. Leaving us just 39miles to travel tomorrow and saving €10 on pitch ...
... being played. Won't sleep until the fireworks all over, but those damn firecrackers have been set off all night. The whole city was quite resplendent in red and white on its National Day, the day after the fireworks. Visiting some of the sights of the city, we found to be a comfortable stop before we headed off to the next stage of our journey to Finland via the Express ...
... had a great time here in Switzerland and it was very nice of Louiselle's parents to allow us to use the chalet for a week.
With the car packed and after a good breakfast, Dave and I had one last game of ping pong before said goodbye and Steffie drove down the mountain for the last time. It was 9:15am and we had a long way to go! Steffie drove the fastest route back via Vevey, Berne and through to Basel. ...
... hosted by Peter Kamber, the owner of Dynasol. The delicious wine was flowing, and we had some very interesting political discussions where everyone was polite and listened to one another views. They said that they (Europeans) think often about the US, its economy, its politics, its social system, and they wondered if we thought much about Europe? They had never heard the term "Nanny State" before, and I had some ...