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Now being Aussies, the ability to drive from country to country is still very much a novelty for us so this was too good an opportunity to pass up so we crossed the border into the town of Hirschtal. We stopped in this town to take a few photos to show we were here and this pretty little town was a nice place to explore. Kate and Roy were very excited to find a gumball machine on the street and both put their 20c ...
... try out a drasine as well.
It is definitely getting harder for travel agencies because more people are taking shorter holidays, but more often. The big package deals are harder to throw together than shorter stays. A lot of Germans like to fly to Majorca or Turkey because you can get a package holiday for a week under 500 Euros. Destination Tourism ...
... for medical treatments especially cancer. Most come from Middle East and Russia. In 1693, the French found 27,000 pounds of explosives inside castle and set it off. You will see part of tower of castle has collapsed and fallen into moat. King Louis IXV tried to gain control of this area so he burned the area and the palace. Most of the palace has been restored. Visited Christmas market in Rudeshein. Had dinner at market. Had glass blower on ship this ...
... like white wine, grog with rum etc. I also tried a Schmalzbrot, which is a slice of bread with lard/shortening with a bit of sprinkled salt. It tasted good, but it's not really that healthy! There were even a few deer out in the forest in an enclosure.
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The Weihnachtsmarkt in Ladenburg kicked off on Friday night, ...
... the train to Kaiserslautern, the main 'city' of the region. Apart from here and Landstuhl, the many villages didn't really have any obvious shops or businesses, they were very quiet and quaint. Soon they all looked the same.
Kaiserslautern didn't really have a great deal to offer either. We took the day slowly, trying to learn how to slow down and relax again after the pace of London. You have no idea of how 'Go Go Go' life is until you step away from the ...