ACHAT Hotel City - Wiesbaden
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... homemade beer which they was selling to us in the bar .
I acedently ordered the table the wrong drinks .... we ended up with a METRE or largr on the table in stead on a litre .
next I then ordered a 5 litre TOWER of beer which was delivered to the table and stood approx. ,, 5 foot above the table ..
what an amzing night .
That was quite a long flight! The time difference has me confused about the length of the flight, but here in Germany it is just before noon on April 14th. I had a good time, in spite of the long plane ride. I watched Interstellar for part of it, read my Bill Nye book, and reflected a bit. And when we landed, I got my first passport stamp! I have officially set foot in Germany. (even if it's just an airport) We have a layover here, I think it's supposed to be three hours. Shouldn't ...
- Following the hospital visit we made our way home and stopped in at Weisbaden which is where Nani Irene lived directly before she migrated to Australia. Weisbaden was absolutely incredible - it was full of live and just ...
... put the car in gear, while we were in the middle of heavy traffic. We weren't far from home, so we had to get out and push. We were thankful when a man came to the rescue and helped us, as we were going uphill. A good way to work of the dinner??? Erika then managed to get the car in gear and we limped home into their garage.
Friday we walked and walked, firstly to the Neroberg and up to the Russian Orthodox Church, where we rested with a coffee. ...
... they had their first date, before going back to their apartment to meet the rest of the family.
In the afternoon we had coffee and German cakes with Katherina's parents, Stephan and Sabine. Later that evening more family joined us; Bridgette and Frank and their children, Charlie and Thomas. We enjoyed a dinner of German sausages and salads, and talked about a broad range of topics from family, to computer games to politics. We also tried to interpret the German conversation. ...