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... painted walls, marble statues, a theater, chapels, throne rooms, bedrooms, and even a toilet throne. The palace was cold and by the end, Annissa were pretty cold and could barely feel our feet. After the tour and a lot of walking, we stopped at another cafe in the square and had a nice crusty bread ham sandwich and some Darjeeling ...
It's a quiet new year's day in Germany. I'm sitting in my room gazing out of the window at a snow-covered, foggy Stuttgart, a stark difference from the noise, flash and color of fireworks and people that prevailed several hours ago. I was blessed this trip to have my wife, Ronda here for an extended period. ...
... and I went and got the car and on the way back we were getting a few toots and things yelled at us. When Phil said that the area was well known for its Nightly services he wasn’t kidding. We got to the car and driving back along the street we saw no less than 4 women working the corner. Two of them were drawing in a trick as we went by. We got back safe and sound and it looked like we were going to kick on the night but thankfully we went back to Phils mothers house and slept ...
... the password is on the label), no luck. However, I did hear a TV in the room next to us, so I thought "Why not?", and knocked on the door. the guy who answered the door was an elderly German gent who looked like he might have been a permanent resident of the hotel. Luckily he spoke a bit of English and I was able to explain to him what i needed, and he gladly supplied us with the password. We also chatted for a ...
... Intending only to watch, I ended up playing 3 games of first to 50 points wins. Needless to say I'm exhausted! It rained during the first game which made it difficult to play, but nobody there wanted to quit. But the most fun was the fact that only German was spoken. The first game was a blur of "Schlecht!" "Nein!" "Nicht" and "Hier!" Directions and comments that I eventually learned what they ...