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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Heated pool
- Conference facilities
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... at that particular pub. Friends and family members usually belong to the same drinking club. We saw Beethoven's birth place. On the outside of the house they have a plaque which says he was born on 17.12.1770, however that is the date of his baptism and his actual birthdate which would be shortly before that is unknown. Since the late 1800's the house has been a Beethoven Museum and research centre for his music. At 2:00 pm we sailed for Amsterdam ...
... currently 2,600 individual vineyard sites in the Moselle Valley. It seems as though it would be impossible to grow grapes on the steep slopes but the conditions are actually ideal for the growing of Riesling wine grapes. The most important slopes are those that are south facing as they receive the most sunlight - very important for these grapes at such a northerly latitude. Of all the world's major wine growing areas, Germany us the northernmost. ...
... br> The second night was heading in the same direction until a bus load of Japanese tourists were attempting to pay for their night individually. The chatter, movement and confusion accompanied by all of them counting Euro coins on every table was something to behold. It was at this moment I saw her move her head for the first time. She turned towards me and raised one eye brow. Then again and you could have missed it but ever so briefly she turned again and did a little eye roll. ...
... became known as the Archives of the Planet. Prokudin-Gorksy also shot in colour and travelled across the Russian Empire. Yes, you read that right: they shot in colour. They didn't later hand-tint, no. They shot in real, true, vibrant colour. For me, this was like winning the lottery.
I feel that what Wilde say of absinthe holds true for photography in general: it allows you to see things how you wish they were, how they are not, and how they truly are. ...
... right up the middle of this amazing canal, trees and fields either side, great bike paths. There goes a fast train. All the land is lower than the water level. Saw a few windmills. Onto the Rhine main canal and then through the first of 68 locks. Impressive engineering. Gala 5 course dinner and met all the crew. Trip overview talk, a trivia quiz and then off to ...