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... were left to wander the city on our own. We stopped at a few gift shops, enjoyed some ice cream and then visited the famous bridge.
Tonight for dinner, we formally introduced ourselves to one another in our tour group and enjoyed a traditional German meal consisting of soup, turkey nuggets and fries. After a long two days of traveling, we are settling in for a good night's rest!
We left our hotel at 8 am this morning and drove to the Bridge at Remagen. We ran into some traffic, but arrived shortly after 11. We saw what was left of the bridge and also went inside one of the towers to the Peace Museum. This museum had lots of pictures of the bridge before and after the war, plus pictures of some of the men who fought ...
... The lush vegetations and smell of trees and sea were the winner for me. (...and of course, their great cuisine!) I think Greg liked the rugged Galician coast the most.
Time to come home now, back to work, back to kiteboarding, back to day-to-day life. AND we are already chatting about what our next adventure would be. :)
Thanks for reading our travel blog. Hasta la proxima aventura!
... wide water fight. Other highlights in Thailand include our time in Kanchanaburi, where we visited the Death Railway and a terrific night market. Spending a day in Chiang Mai training elephants and then the next day, taking a cooking class were also quite memorable.
Our trek through the jungle for 2 days in the pouring rain where ...
... smaller scale. Some pretty delicious food - Ron had a well filled focaccia and I a cold crumbed schnitzel bun - weird but absolutely delicious. Given that we had been wandering around for 2 or 3 hours before we joined the tour, by the time we had spent four hours on the tour we were well and truly knackered.
I found it interesting that the "back yards" we passed through (large areas with established trees in courtyards between buildings) were ...