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... down I could feel my hands getting sweaty. There was also a heart monitor in front of you and before the ride started my heart rate was at 98 and then it went up to 113 (from what I could see) while going upside down on the loop. But that one was my FAVORITE ride and I would have gone again, but we didn’t have much time left in the park. The girls found some food and we sat down before leaving for the bus. It sucked that ...
... with stunning views over the French and German countryside where we
drank, ate and danced the night away. Thanks to Guy, Tillie and families for a great day!
As for the remaining two days, what can I say, more beers, black forest gateau and schnitzels, and the first time I’ve been called by the hotel reception just to “check we’re OK”, ...
... crystal clean, just
flowing deep from bank to bank. Awesome………..
Shopping for food is always interesting outside of your own
country. One thing is for certain, meat is a luxury here. Firstly it has no
fat, they remove it all, and secondly the prices are quoted in Swiss Francs per
100gms. Price per Kg would be just too scary. If you like cheese, this is the
place to shop. There must be a thousand different cheeses available. I LOVE
... with very narrow access between buildings. The buildings looked like they’d been there for a couple of hundred years so the campingplatz had to fit around them. I wouldn’t have liked to fit a camper any bigger than ours down that driveway! I’m not sure whether the campground manager was not very fluent in English (notice the photo of English translation on the bathroom door) so a little shy or whether he was just plain grumpy.
... of the Hindenberg, the era of airships as a serious option for long distance travel came to an end but they continued to be built for military use. However, the Allies prohibited Germany from building any airships or planes after the war so the company moved into aviation and other industrial components. When Count Zeppelin died, he left his company to the city of Friedrichsafen. It’s not one of the most successful companies ...