Ringhotel Loew's Merkur
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Heated pool
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... Nuremberg Trials were held. Courtroom 600 was where the trials of the Nazi criminals were held. It is still a working courtroom today. The coach stops at the "Burg" (Castle). The castle was built in the 11th century and the city's medieval walls were completed in 1452 with a total of 126 towers.
We leave the coach in the Market Square. In the Market Square is ...
... a table in your way. It hurts. That was the only class I went to, and I then went and sat in the library until Lukas finished school. I continued reading my German for Dummies guide, fried my brain once and for all, and then got talking to a lovely girl about travel. Also, today we sold the cake I made yesterday! Sah pretty! Lots of people liked it too, which put my faith back in cooking. After Lukas came back from class, we went and met ...
... covers are in Australia. You can guess what my facial expression did when I heard we were going to eat my duvet. But they were wonderful! Absolutely huge. But wonderful. I actually don't know how I fitted it all in my stomach, but I was rather sleepy when we were waiting for the bus after that. I was using Kai as a wall because I'm pretty sure if I tried to stand up on my own the weight of my new stomach would have had me sitting down in minutes. When we got home, Kai and ...
... While you're here, you're family'. If I wasn't being squished, I would have hugged him. We had a lovely dinner with Rasmus, who came over to visit too before I got a gift! Back in December Lukas sent me a parcel with German Christmas goodies in it, but it bounced and ended up back here. So while Lukas was decorating the tree (yep, he got decorations out), Kai told me to shutup, and he went to wrap the box with a mix of Christmas and Valentine's paper. Well that's what ...
... the profile. That will be very interesting! Well it was an interesting but cold and dark walk through Passau for about an hour and a half but very interesting. The level of the 2013 flood was staggering, at over 11 metres it was up to the first floor windows and it took 2 weeks for the water to recede. Dinner was extra special tonight and it was beautiful like all the meals have been. Ama are the only cruise line inducted into the La Chaine de ...