Novotel Mulhouse Sausheim
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the entry to their apartment had a sprig of evergreen in it to denote this was the shoe of the child. I actually went back downstairs before going to bed early Saturday morning to see if Sankt Nikolaus had been there yet―but no luck. When I left the apartment this morning the sprig of evergreen was gone, so I figured he had successfully made his rounds to this address. I walked the short distance to the nearby Wiehre Bahnhof to catch the train to the main ...
Bus ride to Black Forest this morning. Walk through medieval Colmar this afternoon. Breisach was first European city. During the 30 years war, inhabitants dropped from 9000 to 900. Stork cam setup on roof of church to watch the storks nest. Trucks are not allowed on autobahn from 10 pm Friday night to 10 pm Sunday night. They must pull off road and wait until they can resume. The only stores that are allowed to be open on Sundays are souvenir ...
... and it appeared to be at least 10-12 ounces and cooked to perfection for my taste[KR1] ―nicely browned exterior with the immediate inside a rosy pink and then the inner, center portion a medium red color. He left about 2-3 bits on his plate and I had an urge to ask for a taste, but politely resisted.
On Monday morning after breakfast, I stepped out onto the balcony to check today’s weather. On this day it seemed as though the prognostication might be ...
... displayed the reason for the political gridlock that currently exists. The Carl-Schurz-Haus has quite an extensive program throughout the year with presentations in both German and English and also offers English and German language classes. They are presenting 25 different offerings in the month of November. They also have an extensive English-language library with over 12,000 books, 40 newspapers and magazine and 5,000 movies.
I continued with some necessary ...
... minutes to the nearest streetcar stop. In about 15 minutes I would be at a stop that was within 5 minutes from the movie theater. Tonight’s movie, Pride, is based on a true story in the U.K. about a small gay-lesbian organization supported one group of Welsh coal miners during a lengthy strike (almost 1 year) in 1984-1985 that was in response to actions taken by the Thatcher government. The movie was in English with German subtitles.
Early Thursday morning I received ...