Ringhotel Faehraus Farge
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... my German had become a little rusty, and Johanna's mother didn't speak the best English. What resulted were hilarious conversations in some sort of English-Germany creole. But as those who have travelled before will know - a language barrier does not stop you having fun! Walking together around the Christmas markets I found out much about Johanna's mother, as she told me all about the farm they own in southern Germany.
... to make today seem that much longer than it actually was. But I rested far easier knowing she was in capable hands: my parents’, first of all, and then at the vet clinic and, later, the vet hospital. It wasn’t an easy day for us, but we made the best of it. Thanks for all your well-wishes, in PMs and on my Facebook Wall. It’s been very much appreciated by the both of us!
We were both up at 2:00am chatting with my mom about ...
... Left the photo for Horst from our lunch at Paulaner in the Schlachte. Drove the car to the office and went to lunch with Horst. We walked into the city to a restaurant in an old Monastery. At 2pm Horst drove us to the railway station. We caught the train to the Hamburg Hbh, changed train to Lubeck Hbh and then to Lubeck Airport. This is a small airport used for cheap flights by RyanAir. A pleasant 2 hour flight to Pisa and then a 10 Euro taxi fare to Hotel ...
... them I then made my way to the local supermarket to buy dinner for the week - Schnitzel of cause, as well as stock up on my favourite German sweets.
Arriving back at Elena's place I was unlucky in that the hall light had decided to explode, luckily no real damage occurred and after eating dinner some German friends came round for predrinks, where I taught them how to play Irish Snap - after which we made it towards La Viva. Being Friday, students ...
At the start of the week I had gone to do the last tedious tasks necessary, which meant waiting for 2 hours to tell the Germans I was leaving their country (only Germans seem to wait for hours and hours to tell their government every little bit of information about their lifes) - however as I was not going straight home it got very confusing as the lady wanted to know if I was registering in Brussels when I ...