Goebels Sophien Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Coffee at the station and settle to wait for my Flixbus they are awesome and I would highly recommend their services for getting around Germany. As I sit sipping coffee a little old lady with a walking stick approaches me and waves a German version of the Watchtower under my nose... I wonder who might be watching over my trip from upstairs!!!! All the same I wave her ...
... it as it turns into the university, it's probably not mine but I can find where it stops. I Sprint it stops some 200 meters away and I Sprint faster my backpack now feeling like a ton of turnips (or bananas whichever is heavier!!) 175 Meters away I'm dying, 150 meters away I'm dead 100 meters away he drives away... **** it!! I slam my bag to the ground and collapse, the old couple still looking. I'm done... But then I see the bus round a ...
... the war was rebuilt with help from many countries and was finished in 1996. Some old buildings and the wall surrounding the town can still be seen. I really liked the feel of the town. We had tea in an Australian restaurant called Ayers Rock. The food was good. We stayed in the Holiday Inn within walking distance of the old ...
... realised we only saw a small part of the town last time. It is the birth place of Mozart and famous for scenes from Sound of Music. After an enjoyable day we headed home desperately trying to escape the the line up at the border. We were unsuccessful and it took us a hour to go 4k. It seemed they were only pulling over vans and big cars but only one lane was open. Finally we arrived home about 6.45pm and ate tea at a Greek ...
... were trails on both sides of the castle. One was a steep but mostly brick path. That's the one we took up. The second one was a dirt, gravel, rocky, tree-roots-sticking up trail. Because it didn't look familiar, but the parking sign above didn't indicate more than one parking lot, we weren't sure what to do. We thought it would take us to our car. We kept stopping and asking people Vo ist die Park Platz? And they kept pointing us down the hill and we kept walking ...