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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... this villages you would find in a scenery painting. The hotel we stayed in was nice but basic. When we got there we had a look at the largest free standing Cookoo clock and then met up with a guy to learn about steins. When you cheers with beer your say 'prost' ! It was quite interesting how they are made and the effort that goes into them. Did not blame the €88 or more price tag on majority of the steins. It was quite a relaxed day. We had ...
We started cruising the Rhine during breakfast this morning on our way to Koblenz. We will spend the morning cruising arriving in Koblenz around lunchtime. There were some beautiful views of castles and small towns along the river which you can see from the photos. We arrived in Koblenz and moored on the Moselle which is a tributary to the Rhine. After lunch we went on a tour of the ...
An hour drive from Trier, we finally reached Koblenz. Got to see a piece of Berlin wall, had a typical German meal Schweinshaxe (Pork Knuckle with mashed potato and Sauerkraut) pair with a local beer! Yum! After our meal, we headed to the cruise port for an hour ride to explore the Rhine River.
I have been considering a single speed pedal bike, otherwise known as a fixed wheel or fixie. In Germany, they have a similar type of car. It’s called a black Audi and also has a single speed, fast. In fact non-German car manufacturers hardly get a look in. There is no speed limit on the German autobahn, just a recommendation. That’s right, if you happen to own a capable car, you too can legally drive in excess of ...
... is situated on the Mosel and is filled with beautiful little shops and wonderful old buildings. We walked around the town and met a funny Roman man with a huge glass of wine (and a sweet old woman who really wanted a kiss from him!) There was a large gathering in the town square, and we soon realised they were waiting for the bells in the roof of a building to ring - when they did they played a collection of songs and it felt very Christmassy! We then found signs for a ...