Wyndham Garden Kassel
Travel Blogs from Kassel
... so I got to try my first Bratwurst which was really nice and we had more Glühwein of course. We also had some doughballs with sugar on them which were good, but not as good as the BEST desert that ever lived and has changed Nutella and crepes for me, and Katrina and Craig as well. Think of this: a gigantic crepe laid flat, with banana pieces sliced up in the middle, coconut on top and a heap of Nutella drizzled all over it all, wrap it up and take a bite…as I said then, as ...
... was held in against her wishes. The site still celebrates the tale, with a rope braid hanging from the top window, and is now as the others a function centre and café.
Fairy tales bought to life and with the collection of Brother’s Grimm tales bought on the iPad, we left the trail and headed towards Ziest, stopping at a campground on the outskirts of Dortmund for the ...
... 4 nights to stay with my friend Pommie (her real name is Laura, we are friends from working together at the summer camp in America). I don't know how an Aussie is expected to show their face in England after the Ashes, but I am that excited to see her I am going to risk it. It is the first time we have seen each other since camp (2009), so it will be a very happy reunion.
From Birmingham I am going to Edinburgh to do a ...
... the first week passed by very quickly.
Megan (from Canada) and Regina (from the USA) arrived for the beginning of the second week, and Elena (my best friend from my exchange in the USA) and her friend Kathrin also came to visit for the weekend. Elena is currently living in Munich, but she travels so much for work, so between that, university and all the summer weddings she had to attend, we hadn't had a chance to see each other yet. ...
In riding to the end of the Weser and beginning to follow the Fulda, I have the satisfaction of finishing a (small) stage of my (rather long) trip. But I also enjoy the experience of a transition from Northern Germany to the central part of the country. The changes were small at first but only increased with each kilometer. Geographically, the hills began to appear; culturally, the "moin" typical greeting ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking