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... grows at lightning speed compared to this. Just have a look.
With the Festival there are posters everywhere. On porta loos, garbage cans, street stands. Here are a few. Look away from the Burning Uke if you are offended by rude words.
They have no graffiti however, except for an alley dedicated to the stuff. ...
... Dame becomes just another cathedral, and the Louvre just another museum, is it worth doing more or best saving money for another future trip? Do we want to go home? Well, not desperately. Ok, do we want to just fly home? Hell no. Wouldn't we love to rest or relax on this trip without wasting time, money or opportunity. Yes, oh please yes! So whats it all equal? This trip deserves a Grand Finale afterall. A cruise. A leisurely and lengthy return with more countries ...
When I was small, having tea with my Bonne mammy was one of my most favorite pastimes. The stories, the company and of course the delicious cakes were irresistible to a young girl.
In the past my Bonne Mammy et Bon Papa would traveling across the Atlantic to see all of us in the USA. Now it is my turn to return the favor; to journey across the Atlantic to
have tea while sharing pictures and stories with my Bonne Mammy.
The chariot ...
We were fortunate to have a bonus sightseeing day when Tim and Joy took a day off. It was All Saints Day, and therefore a bank and store holiday here in Germany. Ghent, Belgium is about a 2 hour drive from Geinkirchen and unfortunately it was a rather rainy and grey day. Ghent has a couple of grea town squares, and architecture styles that we haven't seen anywhere else. Some of the places almost look like they are out of ...
... train as he went to board
it. Frantically shaking my head I gestured for him to step back. “In ten
minutes” I hold up my fingers to show the time. Waiting with him we began
chatting and I found out that his name was Servet and he was from Istanbul in
Turkey and was heading home from a business trip. He was a mechanical engineer
working for a textiles company to design their machines.
We boarded the airport train when it arrived. (Luckily ...