Goebels Sophien Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... travel to live. Get off your phone and look around you, listen to the sounds and enjoy the views without thinking about which angle would look best with which filter on instagram. And most of all - talk to that stranger next to you at the bar, in the hostel common area, or at the beach! You learn things about yourself that you forgot existed, be it in stories that come up, things that you do or even just the ability to make friends outside your comfort zone. Some ...
... was freezing cold. It was -3 Celsius that is 25 degrees Fahrenheit. We only had one full day there and I was really sick with a fever so we didn’t get to see as much as I wanted but it was Beautiful. Interesting fact, The entire city was destroyed in WWII and everything in the city is now a reconstruction of exactly what was there before using as much as the original rubble as possible. Its awe inspiring when you are walking around because everything is so ...
Jean Claude gave us some helpful driving hints about avoiding traffic congestion and we headed off early through France, Belgium, Luxembourg and into Germany.
Mulhausen is a small town nestled in a valley surrounded by fir trees. We stayed in a traditional looking hotel with a long sloped roof that matched the steepness of the hillside it was built on. We all stayed in one room with a sloped roof ...
Today we drove south towards the town of Eisenach (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eisenach) and Wartburg Castle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wartburg_ Castle). We did lots of driving today and it was interesting to see the landscape and architecture change as we drove south. It was extremely hot today a about 35.5 Celsius and Pilo's air conditioning was broken in the car. It was fun cruising on ...
... was reasonable) and we all agreed upon it. I contacted the local office here and did check the rates with them regarding the visa and tickets for which they came back with a huge amount. I was not satisfied with this. So I decided to get the flight tickets and visa (Schengen and the UK visa) for us on my own through the embassy here and the tour tickets was booked by my friend from there itself since it was from London to London. And ...