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... Circus Althoff. Whether or not she felt trapped we do not know, but after only a short ride she had had enough. She burst through the side of the carriage and jumped to freedom, landing in the river Wupper. Tuffi bruised her bottom and achieved worldwide fame.
The old part of town is very nice - open with lots of malls. Plenty of shops and cafes; nice to walk around. When the work around the station is finished it should be very welcoming.
... up to the counter, the agent was such a charmer (NOT). Oh well, c'est la vie. Now we are in the lounge at our gate, waiting to board. The time went by so quickly. And the strange thing is that it did not feel like we were in foreign cities- it felt normal. I just can't explain, but the trip has been lovely. We have been very fortunate throughout and treasure every experience and memory!! It is 9 pm. Not sure if we will make it home today... We got to Newark on ...
... by someone!
We await the damage report from Judith or Friso. Are we a jinx or what?
Our two visits were Mungsterbrucke which is the highest railway viaduct in Germany and, more importantly there is now a very pleasant park area underneath it.
We were also told that we would be taken to meet some even older people than us (is that supposed to make us feel better?) This turned out to be the ...
... happy running this train to the end and ending up in
the swiss alps and sleeping in a tree), and a mum talk, but
my host messaged me telling me that he would drive the 45
minute drive to pick me up in Geneva.
Because, yknow...Europe is so small that I am actually
staying in France to visit Switzerland. As you do. ...
We went and played table soccer game again with Kai, who was
back from uni, and not only is Paul a brilliant cook, but he
is ace at soccer game.
Kai and I lost to one person by a lot.
That wasn't the only thing I lost today...we played Skat. For
the life of me I do ...