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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... trip myself.", said the man. "That would be great! This activity space is absolutely beautiful. We would be fools to not take advantage of this opportunity”, I exclaimed. The old man came back with his canoe right away, and began to explain to us the process and things to do while canoeing. He then placed the canoe in the water and showed us a demonstration on how to use the paddles to keep the canoe moving. After about an hour of skillful explanation, the trusty ...
... about a week to 10 days without having to do major laundry and as I am largely traveling a summer-route there is not much need to take heavy winter gear (which is very handy in terms of weight). Also, I am going to rely on hostels for overnight stays which means that I don't have to consider any sort of cooking equipment, sleeping bag or tent.
One great item I treated myself to in a trekking shop was a so ...
... and advice, but seriously, we were tired and just want to get to the apartment. So we set off with a map for the apartment in the rain. It was very busy with crowds heading to the Opera but we did get the most magnificent views of the cathedral as we walked past. So we get to the front door only to realise that the nice lady did not actually give us the key. Back I go leaving the other under the shelter of the veranda to collect the key. ...
... views of the Rhine from the museum however it is noted that the outside of the museum is open to the public and the same views can be achieved with no cost if you did not want to go to the museum.
After the museum it was time to bade farewell to Marie, this was again an emotional time for us all, in particular Traci who shed a tear for two before leaving. We hope to catch up with Marie in 2015 before we return ...
... away! We eventually arrived in the cute little town and saw Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. We walked up a hill and found Schneewittchen Museum only to find that it was closed. To be honest, we peered through the windows and saw that it was pretty much aimed at kids anyway. They had decorated the inside with 7 little bunk beds and a table set for 7. After that, we were back winding around the forresty roads ...