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... the Americans..He didn't give it up until 1946, a good year after the war had ended.
I am siting in the city's main square and chewing on a hot chocolate and that is one thing that they do well. To hear the church and cathedral bells ringing on Easter Sunday morning is extremely relaxing and battery charging. The weather is cool but sunny and I am about to board the "Hop on Hop Off" type of bus bizzo. I find this is a good way to get ...
... up FaceTiming with my mom and dad (around 2am Ulm time), my mom joked and said we would probably fall back asleep and wake up around 10am the next morning. We were pretty sure we wouldn't, but boy was she right! We ended up waking up around 12:30pm the next day. So, around 15 hours of sleep total. I'm sure we needed it, though!
On Monday, Andy and I decided to do some exploring around Ulm since he had the day off. We went and found all the ...
... arrived (Hooray for me, because I plan on being the one doing laundry!)
But, on the other hand, there's our fridge....that interesting, tiny, mini-fridge...the kind you have in your college dorm room, you know? Yep, that's the size fridge we have for our apartment. Apparently it's standard to have that size fridge here - even for large families. I think it's a little bit silly, but Andy and I will make it work!
I would say that most of the appliances ...
... and out of our corner of our eyes, we could see her walk up and wait expectantly until we took them off. So, of course, we would pull off our headphones and see what she had to say. It made Andy and I laugh that she wanted to talk so much, but she was very sweet to us, and wished us the best of luck during our time in Germany.
Last, we arrived in the Dusseldorf Airport, and caught our final connector flight, to Stuttgart. This plane was TINY! ...
Arrived at the Mercedes Benz museum on the outskirts of Stuttgart at 11am and there were heaps of people there. Must say it is a very impressive place and so much to take in. We did 2 hours, had a quick lunch then another 2 hours. It was about 3:15 when we left and felt quite jaded, but found it so interesting. It started to rain quite heavily on the way into the city and the traffic was ...