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... his selfie stick out and took loads of random picture of all those camping at the same campsite! The strangers all seemed to be loving it though! "Best thing I ever bought!"
Thanks to Thomas Cook in Diss, it was time for me to mission it to the closest ATM cashpoint. What a mission this turned out to be! It took well over an hour to find the damn thing! And even from there it took 45 minutes to walk back to the campsite, I had a couple of German beers for the walk! ...
... with three elderly socialites and the joining of Goebbels to the party to spread the party to other parts of Germany. Growing the party followers from a mere 20,000 in 1923 to over 500,000 just 10 years later.
There was substantial discontent in Germany, resentment over sanctions and war reparations the people were looking for someone who was going to stop the raping of economy and in Hitler they found this. At one point inflation was so bad that 1 egg would cost 80 ...
... a train to Rheinfelden, a lovely town where my friend’s girlfriend lives. We had dinner at a restaurant by the Rhine River, with Germany at the other side of the river. My friend & I then caught a train back to Zurich.
Next morning we caught a train to a mountain called Veltiberg, which overlooked Zurich. I climbed an observation tower from which I could get an even better view of Zurich & Lake Zurich. We caught the train back to the city & ...
... The walk UP to the castle I wouldn't advise to do every day.... It was a hike! But we made it (all right Bryan easier than me....) We actually left Munich on a train and then a bus to the beginning of the walk uphill to the castle. Beautiful countryside in this par of the world! Another long day.... And we crashed into ...
... a few other adventures: yet we're still laughing!
The next day we went to Mainz. The Rhine walk way was very lovely with hundreds of Plane trees , river boats, many people out for a sunny afternoon. The st Christopher church mostly destroyed in WW2 had been carefully preserved. The combination of original, preserved, and modern additions is graciously done and complements many of the buildings here. We met several people along the way: from a ...