Hotel Schweizer Hof
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Sorry it has been awhile! This one was a long one to write and I have started working full time so don't always have enough energy to write. But it was an amazing and stressful trip at the end…so worth a read for sure!
So, I was gearing up for a festive Christmas period as I was traveling to Göttingen, Germany where one of my good friends Katrina and her husband Craig live. They have been there for a year. They both work at the university there ...
... now a hotel and performance space, and after paying to have a look around, both Jase and I decided they could have also afforded to pay someone to tend to the gardens – the tale does say the castle was overrun with thorns when the princess was found, but that’s really no excuse!
With one more stop to go, we headed to Trendelburg Tower, famous for being the ...
... to travel, and I will probably run out of money by the end of the Contiki, seeing as I am doing so much travel now too!
I'm really happy with how things have worked out now. At first I was a bit panicked and didn't know what to do, but I think everything has worked out for the best once I made the decision that I would not continue with the German course. I came here to have new and exciting experiences, so that is what I am going to ...
... air concerts playing the whole time, so the atmosphere is really cool. I also went on the dodgem cars for the first time in a very long time! On Saturday the girls had an all day tour to a nearby city as part of their program, which worked out perfectly as I had to grade accounting assignments all day for my job with CQU. On Sunday we went to Marburg, which is a little city about an hour away by train. It is a university city and is ...
... cooling off dip. The campground I stayed at was the best so far and here's why: My philosophy on campgrounds in Germany, and all the other European countries I've visited, is that they are set up for RVers and are often comically unsuited to the needs of a touring cyclist. I won't go into all of the details, but I basically only want three things: 1, a quiet flat spot where I am legally allowed ...