How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... stuck to the road so as to avoid getting lost or too bogged down in the thawing environment. Which served us well for some time. We found a bench to stop at for our lunch and began to notice that the automobile traffic was increasing on the road, both in speed and volume.
We mused about how popular car racing is in Europe and how it is regionally and culturally specific in ...
... that since hotel rooms are so cheap in Asia. He told us he had incredible experiences staying with locals and had a great time. He said he saw and experienced things he never would have had he been staying at hotels and hostels with other tourists. He said experiences were positive, people were kind and excited to show him around, he often slept in his own room on a bed (not a couch), and he didn't have to wash their dishes. He said to show his appreciation he would often buy his ...
... places. Soon enough the door bell rang and father's brother stood, ready to take me to my new temporary home in Bern. Said my goodbyes and well wishes and we were off. I was happy to see my other grandparents again, it's been a while. My grandmother already, told me about all of the things we would do, she gave me books to read, clothes to try on and arts and crafts projects to undertake together. Went to say happy birthday to my grandfather's good friend. ...
... train station. The guide book recommend a food hall the has since has been boarded up. Our second choice was another self serve restaurant that looked good. We took turns getting our food so we could set our stuff down at a table. I went first and half way through realized this was a vegetarian place. Since it was too late, I decided to keep my mouth shut and let Dmitriy find out himself. At least we enjoyed a healthier meal of varying salads. After ...
... guts for a good part of the day, I struck up a conversation with a German family from Cologne. Dad was working at the Bern University in the medical sciences area - at least that's what he said on day 1 by the next day he was admitting that he was the head coroner. I think he didn't want to gross me out until he knew me better. Mum was also a doctor but worked in a community practices in Cologne where the two adolescent children went tho school. They had come to spend ...