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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... crooked house and ate at the traditional Zumpt Haus der Fischer Leute restaurant. We caught the 14:13 train back to Ellwangen with Otto. Ron and I continued on to Crailsheim arriving 16:12. In Crailsheim we changed to the Nurnberg train with a Bayern Ticket arriving in Nurnberg 17:25. Claudia picked us up at the railway ...
... started to rain off and on all afternoon. Somewhat soaked although Evan and Andrea had ponchos on, we also went on a pirate ship water ride complete with water canons, Evan was amazed. We then found the LEGO Fabric, showing you how they make LEGO that then led us into the factory shop selling pic and mix Lego, any bit you can imagine 9 Euro per 100gms. Evan ran round picking bits up making something, he was in his element. Later Evan decided he wanted to run through the ...
... then we had cups of tea and showers before wandering to the Pizzeria on site. Run by an old Italian and his (?) daughter, it was a fab little place. Genuine article, he spoke only in Italian. Most campers were there and there was a real buzz about the place. So we drank some waters and ate some stale bread, sat in silence looking very glum and then took Prego for a quick sunset stroll then headed to bed..... (Not really! The sunset stroll bit's ...
... this site in the 19th century. They fell out when one blamed the other for nibbling his lunch, a fight ensued and they both fell to their death. Before the days of health and safety. It was realised shortly after that it had been mice that had nibbled the sandwich hence the memorial.Passed by the Leadenhall market and the Bank of England again and came to the Guildhall. In this area we also saw some interesting street names derived from what ...
Ulm is such a cute town. All the buildings have so much character. When I got off the train in Ulm, I met up with Kyndall, my new friend, fellow VSU Alum, and tour guide for the day.
It was a beautiful day outside so we enjoyed walking around on the paths by the rive. We found a nice spot on the grass, laid out some towels and soaked up the sun and the wonderful view! Of course after leaving the river, we needed to ...