- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... had prearranged with Nikita yesterday (something I do remember) to join her and Alissa on a bike tour of Munich this morning, and I woke up with plenty of time to get on it, but the bed was really comfy this morning! I decided to stay in the bed and skip breakfast, which would still give me plenty of time to meet up with them before we went to the tour start. But the bed was still really comfortable, and I decided that rather than meet up beforehand, I'd just get ...
... with a cost less than 10 euro. I know what your thinking, so healthy! When you need snacks during the day, on the busabout trips & a quick breakfast on the way to a tour it's the only cost effective & quick way. I've had no problems with my protein dietary issues as Europe is full of carbs. I'm typing this on the bus to Venice & I'm looking forward to pasta in Italy & Grant wants pizza. At 10:15am Gordon from Gordon's tours meets a group of travellers at ...
... back of the train and it was very comfortable, I appreciated how close it was to the restaurant car. When we got to our assigned seats they had our journey listed out as well. A nice touch and we knew we were on the right train. Something to eat was desperately needed as the bread and granola from the hostel didn't satisfy for long. The restaurant car had a big menu but the waitress speaks only German. Very tough to understand what she means. But I get my sandwich ...
... I then watched as they squirmed, not knowing what to do. To their credit they were exceptionally respectful and handled it really well. I was excited on the trip to see every so often little patches of ice from a recent snow fall. Not much but enough to get my hopes up. Perhaps there will be snow after all. On my arrival at Fussen I made my way to the Taxi and loaded my bags. I actually went to get in the left hand side of the ...
... storage space which makes travelling with a bike and back pack really easy. Who ever designed Southwest trains seem to have forgotten people tend to travel with luggage. Of course......the train left on time at 06:36 and we blasted smoothly along at 210km/hour past toy town villages that are probably inhabited by Playmobile people. I noticed that most of the house and barn roof have PV cells on and assume there must be some government ...