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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
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... bus leaves on time, it's fairly full and quite a long trip of 6 hours, it starts to get dark around 4ish and I do not arrive until 7pm but I'm hoping to throw my stuff in my room and then head out for a couple of hours. I arrived about an hour late but had been upgraded to a better room when.i checked in. I explored a little but night was closing in so I didn't see ...
... in the opposite direction. Time 11:38 - Bus 11:40 oh Bugger.. my phone busses a message, can't stop.. She leads me down and through the station there is a solitary bus sitting at a stop. Not mine a local one of sorts. Ask the driver she says he will know... I run I knock I ask showing my ticket. "Vo flexibuss bitter" he shrugs and bombards me with German.. "Ick can nictttt vashstayen zie Zaire gut" I fumble.. ( I cannot understand you very good) I say this ...
Once again we woke this morning to another miserable day. We left Munich after breakfast and travelled to Dreseden. The roads are amazing. Mick was travelling about 135k an hour. He did get up to 169 a couple of times and cars were passing us at higher speeds. You don't even realise you are travelling at such high speeds. We ...
... realised we only saw a small part of the town last time. It is the birth place of Mozart and famous for scenes from Sound of Music. After an enjoyable day we headed home desperately trying to escape the the line up at the border. We were unsuccessful and it took us a hour to go 4k. It seemed they were only pulling over vans and big cars but only one lane was open. Finally we arrived home about 6.45pm and ate tea at a Greek ...
Today was our first day of "real" sightseeing. We drove to Eisenach, about 30 minutes from where we are staying. First stop, Wartburg Castle. After a steep hike up to the castle from the parking lot, we joined a tour in German. They gave us a pamphlet in English so we could try to follow along, which was a nice thing because I think my Deutsch is getting worse. I would love to tell you more about the history of Wartburg, but as I understood none of the tour, you can ...