Travel Blogs from Lennestadt
... she is the nearest assistant to me. The views from the hotel were very scenic – there was a big forest and every day the mist rose up out of it like Twilight or something… We really were in the middle of nowhere! The course was interesting – it covered basic things like how to set up a bank account and what we would need to do to Anmeldung (register as a resident in Germany), but also gave us information about teaching and what is/isn't expected of us this year. We spent ...
... Kindle – thank you thank you!!!!
I wouldn’t say I dominated the trails on my last day of biking for a while; the thumb and hip still a bit sore and reminding me that I am not infallible!! The bike park itself is pretty small and the runs short but interesting enough, particularly as its only about five hours from UK. Got in another viewing of the wedding video – laughing at the speeches and loving ...
... welcome to come over any time I like especially if I'm feeling lonely, and Felix, who apparently said all of last year that he wanted to marry Amelia, last year's assistant, has told his mother that "Yes, I think I could marry Becky instead"! So sweet!
Tomorrow we are planning a lazy day - the shops are shut so I can't do anything towards settling in, so I think we're having a lie in and then maybe visiting a lake or reservoir, or maybe the castle. Hope you are all well back home! :)
... are always stacks of coasters on the table, and when you order your beer the server always places a coaster in front of you, and then one at the end of the table. He brings a tray full of beer and places one on each coaster, and marks the one at the end, this is his tab for the table. Now we had a chance to sit near where the beer is served and watched in amazement as the bar tenders worked. The servers a buzzing in and out like ...
... t see any to give way to. After a coke and a coffee in an imbiss beside the track we cut back across one of the new 'low' bridges to our Stellplatze. Honour satisfied in the exercise stakes, we then had lunch and did not a lot for most of the afternoon. The highlight was taking all our Eurowashers to the parking ticket machine and feeding them 20 cents at a time to buy another €12 ticket for our camping. It was a bit like feeding a machine in Las Vegas, but ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed