Landhotel Alte Fliegerschule
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... too as we headed south. Erfurt, the capital of the Thuringer Region of Germany, itself was well worth the journey and with our hotel just steps from the main station and an included local travel ticket we could also explore by tram or bus as well as on foot. The city centre is easily walkable and has some great historic buildings, stunning churches, a dominating cathedral and the longest bridge in Europe with housing built on it. ...
... on the train headed from Basel to the Swiss/German border, and I realised that I was about to turn off my mobile Internet for 4.5 months. Most people I know would freak out at the prospect of not being linked-in for a day, and I have to admit it is also a real-to-virtual connection that I wouldn't give up at home. But on my last two holidays (travelling solo for 2 weeks and 3 weeks respecively) I decided to limit my usage of the internet and social media to the most ...
... had been lacking since our wifi crashed at the hostel and we weren’t able to skype with anyone back home. A pretty amazing Christmas if I do say so. Oh and I forgot how much I love the beer halls in Munich, We went to Augustiner beer hall Munich, where I drank too much and ate too much meat. Crackles Pork knuckle to be exact. I think this is one of the reasons I love Germany so much. They know my lifestyle. Too much meat diet. :)
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... famous residents was Martin Luther who translated the New Testament into German during 1521-1522. In the interest of time, we had a German language tour of the castle grounds and followed along with an English brochure. The kids were trying their best, but were tired from the drive. They were fascinated overall with the castle and enjoyed the view from atop the watchtower. There was a beautiful ...
... Italian restaurant about a 20 minute walk from the hotel recommended by the concierge (Il Punto). Moods were getting cranky as it got later and later and no decision for dinner had yet been made. The restaurant was quite lovely, the service so so. We walked back slowly enjoying the evening, but tiring out Grandma and Grandpa who had been up at about 5am to catch the flight from Southampton. They are absolutely amazing in their capacity to just keep ...