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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
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... privately financed park in all of Germany. We walk through paths throughout the park and we even saw a DEER! The park is filled with old trees, spacious lawns, watercourses, fountains and lakes. It was very romantic. We come up to Lake Emmasee and find our Ruderboots (rowboats) we wanted to rent! They were old school wooden boats that looked idyllic in the water. The shallow river system goes in a 3 mile circle around the park. We ...
... beers from Germany. People were just drinking beer, eating food and enjoying the good weather. (Btw it was 70ish and sunny the whole day!). After a few beers we go back to the hotel for a quick nap break. After our nap we went back to the river bank and hit up some places for a few drinks. Think we're gonna have an early start tomorrow before the tourists come out then maybe rent a boat in a park and have a picnic. Gute ...
After a quiet night at Bredstedt - well, after the Zumba session at the leisure centre had finished!- we set off south again. We passed over the north sea canal and under the Elbe, bypassing Hamburg and on to the madness that is the A1 Autobahn. Most of this road ...
... we met and then came back...not a lot to be said for this area except the Port and Shipping Canal was something to see but being on the A1, stopping to take pictures of massive container ships being load or unloaded as well as sailing under very high bridges may not the be the local Polizie's idea of sight seeing!
... pumas as well as a few creatures from the Arctic – an Arctic Fox, an Arctic Hare and an Arctic Owl.
Another museum I discovered in Bremerhaven was the Deutsches Auswandererhaus, or the Emigration Museum. When I was there originally, it only dealt with people who had left Germany to go to other countries, however, the main focus of the Museum was America. Five years later, when I brought Nick here to see this Museum, it had expanded and now it ...