Ramada Hotel Frankfurt Oder
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
- Business Services
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Another year, another country. Well, OK, it's been more than one country a year lately, but who's counting? This time Larry and I are off to Madagascar, the fourth largest island in the world. [Quick quiz, what are the first three?] Madagascar lies off the east coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean, well below the equator. And it is far, far away from Chicago. It will take us three long flights and over 30 hours of travel time ...
... through a few buildings next to each other. At the start there are exhibits showing the stages of plastination development on display before you move onto the human bodies in various positions. Some having been dissected and expanded in a way that allowed you to see the structures in a very unique way. The entire exhibit is really about education and displaying the various features of the human body in detail. Limbs and organs were shown as a sort of introduction ...
... what to do we went into our first spa. There were only two men in the one we chose, so I spent the first few minutes panicking that we may have chosen one with a sign out the front that said men only’ but after a while another female entered, huge sigh of relief for me. We lasted about 10 minutes in the first sauna and after we came out headed to the shower, the very cold shower as it turned out. Yikes, it was hard work to get under it, it actually took my breath away but we ...
... we were still all jetlagged, so we slept, ate and tried to get ourselves onto the local time. At noon, we checked out and headed to the campervan pick up location. Our taxi driver was a nice Italian man that gave us some of the local history and lore. After he dropped us off, we got the all the instructions we needed, repeatedly, especially the part about how the damage deductible was $1, 200 euro for each incidence (trust me, this is ...
... not the father's day we are familiar with. Close to the hotel we were staying in was located a BBQ and beer garden which was in progress at the local firehall. We met several very friendly locals who practiced their English on us, which was naturally light years ahead of our German. After a brat and a beer and nice conversation, we returned to our room for a little more rest before returning to the hotel and our eventual departure to Johannesberg at ...