- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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What a beautiful town! Half timbered buildings, enormous stone churches and the Schloss on the hill. Friendly locals and a cute little pension for the night. The aldstadt (old town) is beautifully preserved but because it is a University town, it feels lived in. As a lovely local man said in the pub last night "it is not a museum - it is ...
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We went to the thermal water which is 66 C of hot water. It's too hot for drinking and there is sulphur deposit on the fountain.
Kurhaus and Bowling Green. The Kurpark is pretty.
State theatre - baroque style, looks like Italian stuff.
We used the WC at McDonald's, then at the State Theatre where a young usher brought us in. We visited the ...
26th - 27th August - We had lunch at Chris' grandparents yesterday and today (his mum's parents yesterday and his dad's parents today). They don't speak any English so it is quite tricky trying to communicate; however, Chris translated a bit for me. They all seem like very nice people and they cook great food. We had dumplings with beef and pork, redkraut, salad, potatoes and traditional german pizza (they use cheese curd as the base rather than tomato ...
... me of the Walt Disney castle. The view from the top of the tower was amazing. I would imagine it would be great during the day but all the massive buildings were all lit up and it was just magical. A little more wandering around the streets. Bought an umbrella as it was still raining and we think there is likely to be more rain as we travel. Back to our hotel to organise our next days accommodation. Looks like it is VIenna in Austria, here we ...
... and apple trees. Everything looks completely different to Australia. The houses are all two or three story buildings painted in light colours, built really close together. The roads seem really narrow and (of course) everyone drives on the wrong side of the road. I met Chris' brother, which was a little awkward because he doesn't speak much english. I didn't get a chance to meet his parents though because they were away in Mannheim. His Dad got transferred to Mannheim with the company ...