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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... that was the only source of light. First when we came in there were wooden boards for plates with knifes and HUGE napkins.The guy came in and told us we had to use our fingers and we could use the knife for the bread. And you could wipe your fingers if they were dirty on the other persons hair. I know this sounds crazy but it is true.Catherine, mommy's friend, was with us. The swim meet was a fun swim meet. Mommy posted some pictures on the blog. I raced 25m backstroke, ...
After a drive through Northern Italy we arrived at Innsbruck. The entire drive was effected on the autostrada for a total toll of 33.10 Euro or close to $37. (the dollar strengthened a bit over the last day or so). But my gosh that was much more than burning their $6. plus gas. Bird is quick to interject, "however it was beautiful mile after mile", and indeed she ...
... so it looks like this 4, no space at the top!). The call fall "autumn" (sadie saying that with an english accent, because her teacher is british...she gets mad when I say it "canadian"). Mommy has work meetings every single night. The cheeiros are in single boxes.
Reese - There are dogs in restaurants, malls, everywhere really. Chocolate chips - there is only chocolate, no chocolate chips ...??? Everyone brings snack boxes for snack, so when I first showed up my partner ...
We were supposed to take the cable cars and cog wheel train to Alpspix and Zugspitz for Adrian's birthday but it snowed overnight and both mountains were covered in cloud. We had to come up with a plan B and found the very pretty town of Mittenwald was close by. The buildings in this part of Bavaria are painted with murals which is quite different to other areas. We spent time wandering the streets and spending some tourist euros. We also found a good bakery/cafe and indulged ...
We drove to Fussen at the foot of the Alps to visit the model for Disneyland's fairytale castle, Schloss Neuschwanstein. We decided to visit both castles in the town as King Ludwig II who planned Neuschwanstein actually grew up in Hohenschwangau and was fascinated by the romantic tales and decorations in his boyhood holiday home. Ludwig II became king in 1864 at 18 years of age but after 7 years of rule ...