Ringhotel Loew's Merkur
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Banquet room
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... my friend Mirela did a roadtrip and ended up there for two days, which definetly wasn't enough. Can't wait to explore more of the beautiful country and hopefully, of the places around it. Anywayyys... until that happens, I gotta take care of a few little ''small'' things and try to keep my excitement to a moderate level.
AMSTERDAAAM! here I come!!!!
... falling (photo). After lunch we took the WW2 tour seeing Hitler's Nazi Party Rally Grounds and Room 600 where trials against Nazi officials convicted of crimes against humanity were conducted. Most of Nuremberg's old city buildings were destroyed by bombs during the war. We finished the tour with Gingerbread and Coffee in a Bier Hall in the city. Ros bought some Christmas tree decorations Ina souvenir shop ...
... deposit back OR keep the cup as a souvenir (they are adorably decorated with the towns name and Christmasy art). It reduces the little and trash a ton at the markets! Almost every toilet has two options for flushing. A small button for little flushes and a big button for bigger flushes. It really helps with water use, especially in hotels and busy public areas. I've seen this a few times back home, but not enough. It seems like such a simple change ...
Legoland was only a 30 minute drive from Steppach and this was no 1 on Will’s list of places he was looking forward to on our trip. I should be getting the kids to write the events of this day….
Will says, "Just about every display at Legoland was made of lego. As soon as we got there it was very crowded. We had to wait in a long line tong line to get our tickets. As we entered we saw a miniature world of lego ...
... and the fact that the church is relatively unadorned except for the coat of arms of the Holy Roman Empire. The
beautiful mechanical clock, installed high on the front of the church, in 1506, was a delight to stop and watch as the characters revolved at striking of the hour. Pity some modern watches don't last that span of time. The Holy Roman Emperor takes pride of place seated with the prince electors surrounding ...