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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to the Wasche Center. 2.70 Euros for a 8 kg load of wash (plus 0.4 Euros for soap). Drying was 0.70 Euros for 15 minutes of tumble drying. Despite the instructions being in English on the wall,we struggled initially and were helped by a kind gentleman in there. Once it got going we did some errands while waiting for the clothes. After about 1.5 hours total we were done and set off for a grocery (“Lidl”) nearby. We ...
... arms with six seats each. The "star" was attached to the end of a long arm and at the other end of the arm was a large ball-shaped counterweight. The arm was attached at the center to a fulcrum so the whole thing could spin and twist, making the seats go around and turn over at the same time. It looked really fun but again I stayed behind and took pictures.
We walked around for a while after that but it was obvious that ...
... about but he was like ahh well let's just go and have fun. We walked to the tents, once again Justin leading the way. We had decided that because yesterday escalated so fast, we would have some food first, and the 3 of us (me, Juzzy and Michael) all got sausages in rolls. We had planned to meet James in the same stand up area as yesterday but we couldn't find him, so met up with some of Michaels friends. We didn't no them so Juzzy and I sat on a different table and ...
... to check out our travel arrangements for the trip to Innsbruck tomorrow. This took longer than expected as Sue had to wait as Richard went to spend a penny but he had no pocket change, decide exactly what our movements were going to be, buy a ticket and then we got lost around the bowels of Munich where the station was. 1/2 under construction and passageways were all blocked off around the particular line we wanted to travel on. Home at about 9 it was a full ...
... jogurt (vanilla and cinnamon), and some cheese, apple, and bananas. And giant coca cola lights for me! Karl paid the bill with a 20 euro, and tried to say danke shon, Couldn't quite do it and the cashier was amused and said he could just say danke, which he managed. We came home and spread out our picnic in the dining room and he was so happy! The yogurt was particularly yummy - although the cinnamon turned out to be rice pudding. Which is why it ...