Enzo Hotels Haller
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Breakfast, suitcase cramming and off we go. Celia commented that her suitcase gets heavier at each stop. I think it's due to the two new pair of shoes she's gotten so far! I think there may be more to come. She is a shoe lover. Tam and Steve dropped us off at the train station in Cochem. They are now on an adventure through Germany. We will meet up again in Amsterdam on the 16th. We will miss them. On the ...
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the inside of my upper lip. Ouch that hurt! but what followed was worse. My lip
started to swell up like it wanted to compete in the annual lip singing competitions
of Mozambique. So for today and tomorrow it looks like I have had a Botox
treatment gone wrong. One consolation though- it is temporary; I have seen
people with permanent fixtures like this.
Anyway I hope you will enjoy the blog-
We departed Basel from the French Station in Switzerland at 1.16 pm on Tuesday 16 September equipped with enough food and drink to last a 3.5 hour journey - just as well we took our own at there was not a "diner" on the train. There were no hassles at all boarding or selecting a cabin we chose a six berther and closed the door so that we would not have any intruders and have plenty of room not that we needed it. About 30 minutes ...
... office parks and light manufacturing. Some odd and interesting architecture because, of course, there is little else to look at. We could tell when we were in Belgium, because suddenly our little Kia had to contend with hills. Poor Kia -- it struggled. Still, we enjoyed the ups and downs and river valleys of Belgium.
Our route took us to Liege, then east, into Luxembourg. What surprised us about Luxembourg is how new everything appeared: houses in ...
... br> Just goes to show I suppose, no matter what the circumstances, there will always be some who float to the top, and some who sink to the bottom of the economic and social pile.