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... As usual, I used the wrong exit back to street level and it took me a minute to get my bearings.
When I got back to the Hotel, there was a different Clerk working and he seemed a bit suspicious of me and had to check my name in the Register. I had planned to have a shower, but found there was no hot water. He said that his boss was on the way, and the problem should be corrected soon. He called the room about 15 minutes later and ...
... There is a computer in the front lobby and we do not know when we will have access to another one. Eric says to forward the e mail receipt to him and he will print it. We do, but he has a lot of trouble figuring out the printer set up in the back. We feel bad as he calls one of his employees to come help him. After about 15 minutes, we have the receipt. One less thing to figure out later. By waiting,we get to say goodbye again to Sid and then Father Ron as ...
... an attempt to gloss over the days of the Nazi Party in the city, so that it appears that nothing really happened there. But if you look closely there are many subtle memorials, like Dodgers Lane, that acknowledge the repression and violence that took place in Munich at the hands of the Nazis. The city is beautiful example of quant Bavarian style and I personally think it’s a blessing that they went to such lengths to replicate this when rebuilding the city ...
Roberto's narration brought it to life. We ended the tour on the
upper level of the town as he asked us if we would like to peek
behind an old steel door to see the largest garden within the city
walls. It turned out to be Roberto's family's home and it was a
beautiful oasis in the stone city. A nicely shaded space to end the
tour of Dubrovnik.
We then walked up to the top of the wall that surrounds the city and walked the walls and enjoyed ...
... and garden to take some photos. The other church that we went to had a structure that when you look above the altar towards the windows, you can see that each window was placed lower than the previous window creating a semicircle in the area of the altar. Despite the rain that we encountered, we eventually continued towards a local shopping district to get some food before encountering the main landmark of Trier: The ...