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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... of hours then went to the evenings entertainment. It was a band of three men who played thirty different instruments during their concert. It was pretty good.
The day started earlier than usual. A couple of the ladies and I did some shopping at the Farmer's Market in downtown around the square. I texted Liz and asked her about it and she said it would be very crowded, but since we were planning to be there at 7 am, ...
... about things you can do with computers, tablets, and smartphones. Their topic was about using Google Maps to plan your trips. Some of the things I already do, but did pick up a few tips. Now we'll see if I can figure out how to use them when I get ready.
Yesterday evening we went out to dinner with two of the couple from Renegades. Went to Texas Roadhouse, but we were smart and split a dinner. So that not only saved us some money, but we didn't eat as ...
... and recognize the islands, the Sisters, Chambers, Horseshoe, and Strawberries. We drove on, checked out the lighthouse, got lost on some very back road, found the cemetery, decided we'd love camping in the park. We aren't up for hiking, Russ didn't want to bike, the golf course interested him, but no time for that today. We found ourselves on a road heading out and decided ...
Our official tour packet arrived in the mail today:
- friendly reminders like "bring your passport"
- instructions for changing planes in Tokyo
- steps for getting thru immigration & customs in Bangkok when you are totally exhausted from the lengthy trip
- a notice that checked baggage must be kept under 20 kg (44 pounds) for the entire trip - ...
... unhealthy things available in Germany, but they were absolutely delicious, so it was worth it.
Marburg itself was a very unique city. I had a very love hate relationship with the city. Most days I really liked the city and the university. Some days I wished there was a way to just blow up the whole city without hurting anybody. Without a doubt, the bus system was the most frustrating part of the city. I am still convinced that it ran in its ...