Romantik Hotel Walhalla
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRomantik Hotel Walhalla Osnabrück
Beautifully restored room under the eaves, with exposed beams (watch your head) and an opening window. Sleeping with the sound of church bells softly chiming, all mod cons, and a superb breakfast. A bit hard to find, but very helpful staff actually fetched our car and parked it in the hotel parkade for us.
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We drove a few hours on hair-raisingly fast motorways, with a planned stop in Osnabrucke. Heavy traffic, superb highways, no apparent speed limit. Motorists in Germany are very well mannered, and truckers stick to the right hand lane, leaving the other two lanes for cars. Osnabrucke is a sweet town and the Romantik Hotel Walhalla was a lovely surprise.
... distance within the time allowed, and also managed to pick up two rings, while they undertook some other training and preparation as well.
After the swimming lesson we went to Susan and Jamie's house for lunch, which Susan prepared for us. We had (turkey) schnitzel, bread and salad, and it was impressive to also be able to see Jamie’s room with all his lego constructions, toys and posters – all extremely ...
... a little before 2.30 pm.
Our hotel the Bielefeleder Hof, was just across from the station, so we were able to go and check in and try to sort out wifi (achieved eventually, but the hotel needs to appreciate that people now expect to be able to connect with multiple devices). We then raised our afternoon to a peak of excitement by going and doing our laundry at a laundromat that was not too far from ...
... of schnitzel you would like. I really enjoyed Schnitzelburg, so much in fact that after polishing off my schnitzel I helped the girls to finish off theirs. I'm not sure if it is the schnitzel, or if it is the sausage (from the pig), or if it is the beer but I seem to have picked up a slight ailment since we have been in Germany, I believe it is known as German Gut. We may have to do some strenuous bike rides on the flatlands of the Netherlands to help me get over this ...
... for 600$ per month for 2 months at Cane Garden Bay inclusive sea view. Now I can surely laugh at all the tourists who pay this amount of money for one week in a hotel! Haha :) I guess the other days where I am "homeless" will be organized when I am there.
I looked up some places I want to see and planned things like surfing and snorkeling and all this paradise stuff. I still need to think of an internship assignment though.
Excitement increases with every day! YEAH!