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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Waking up and feeling a little more normal. Tristan was very impressed with the buffet choices for breakfast. Sausages and eggs are right up his alley. We headed back to the main street Hauptstrasse that parallels the Neckar river. We were able to go into the old church and listen to the end of a service with the pipe organ filling the huge room. …
... structure, functions and workflow or sequence. Just like in a business, in a household you have certain areas like kitchen, bathroom or lounge where there are certain tasks that need to be distributed. What needs to be done? Who does what? How is it to be done? Who has power? Who has responsibility and which? Think of it like giving the kids chores. Someone has to do it! If nobody cooks then no one eats. And you can't ...
... into building something so intricate and vast. I know this is nothing compared to some other European sights we will come across, but it was still incredible. The monastery was nestled in the sleepy town of Maulbronn at the foot of some hills. On the hills was a vineyard, which was really picturesque. In this region, the vineyards are all grown on hillsides, which seems kind of challenging. Enjoy the ...
... It was founded way back in 1000. The population is about 130,000, and about 50,000 of them are students. After World War II, the city became the headquarters for the US Forces in Europe.
Two distinctive points of interest have made this city famous around the world; the baroque old city and Heidelberg University. My first visit to Heidelberg was in 1967 and I have been here probably four or five times. The place's charm has only increased over the years.
... before getting to the Grand Canyon we stopped at little known Zion National Park, which is like the opposite of the Grand Canyon. Towering cliffs for the canyon walls and you get to hike up to a sliver of stone that just out into the middle with sheer drops on either side and only a chain rope to stop you falling off! Sitting on the edge with your feet dangling over is definitely not for the faint hearted!