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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInterCityHotel Ulm
Great location right on railway station and across the road to the main shopping street and sights.
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... the fourth attempt we found a park that would welcome Wanda. It was a motorhome stellplatz. For €3 we got to park for 24 hours even though we only intended to stay for a couple of hours. The old town was spectacular and offered up some cheap bits for Wanda, a carry-out hot roll for lunch, then coffee and a horrible large chocolate snowball thing for afters. Oh, and an ice cream. Then we took to the ramparts. Keith's ...
Full of a cold today. Bugger Headed down to breakfast and could not get in. They were running late. Bugger. Was in the coach nearly all day. Started of in Brussels and made our way to the Rhine river in Germany. It was in Boppart where we got on the cruiser and spent over an hour cruising down the Rhine. From there we headed off to Ulm in Germany and had a three course dinner in the Munz restaurant. As we had such a late night and dinner ...
... Finally in 1844 after 300 years they decided to continue on, but first they had to check the structure of the building
And after all this walking and looking and exploring – we are hungry…. And ...
... the older generation were talking.
How do we do this??? Best way is a few go and get the cakes…. Otherwise we go no-where, so Beate, Uli & I volunteered and bought 20 pieces of cake…. Then we met at the Schoenblick and set the table and send the guys to get coffee… that can become difficult: since they had to use the machine which is not ...
... And therefore is the oldest church in Schwaebisch Gmuend – how old it is no-one knows: they guess that it was built around 1210 on the foundation of an older church. We had a quick glimpse inside to see some of the baroque paintings. But way more interesting are all the figures: animals, figures and ornaments on the outside of the ...