Holiday Inn Express Greeley
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- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... as usual he has promised to call us back and will fit us into his busy schedule tomorrow. Well, surprise surprise (not), never heard from him again. We are finding it very difficult to actually get anyone to come and fix something, or if you want to book something it all seems 'too bloody hard' for them. They don't even have the bloody decency to call you back, after they have said they will. Almost drives us nuts! We are never going to complain about the service in ...
PLACES YOU WILL VISIT AGAIN
3. Regensburg (but I don't want to visit too many places more than once haha)
FAVORITE GERMAN BEERS
1. Augustiner Helles
2. Augustiner Edelstoff
3. The Mai bock from Prösslbräu
# OF PLANE RIDES - 2
# OF TRAIN RIDES - too many to count
# CITIES VISITED - about 15
Total Miles You Have Traveled - 11,964
Well, that's all folks... :)
... so I have the genny running and the electric heater doing it’s job. I suppose that if I would change out of my shorts and tank-top and put on some “decent clothes”, that I could turn them both off. But...
I’ll be moving into Wyoming tomorrow to the Curt Gowdy State Park, west of Cheyenne. I hope to get an early start in case the almighty wind of the prairies starts ...
... I could through my junior year until there were none left. So, during my senior year, I took German classes at the University of Northern Colorado. Then I went on to the University of Colorado. I am a Marketing major with a German minor. I finished my minor as a Sophomore. Now as a Junior, I want to fulfill my goal of going to Germany to study abroad. The study abroad program that I am going on is a semester long program in Regensburg, ...
... nearly enough to know for sure, but I suspect that driving in Beijing is crazier than anywhere else in the world. Between the buses, taxis, private cars, motorcycles, mopeds, electric bikes, electric carts, manual bikes, and pedestrians, the super wide streets of Beijing embody chaos. The only sure way to get where you are going is to be rude and constantly engage in a game of chicken. Who will yield as we both race towards the same spot on the ...