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Recent increase price of airfare to Europe prevents many people from traveling. That is understandable. As a member of frequent flyer from United, I was able to redeem the miles to Central Europe with Lufthansa. Obviously, it saved me more cash!
(Story will be continue next month, stay tune!)
... we didn’t have to mess around with taxis etc. It was good to see him! The Croatian countryside was very beautiful, with rolling hills and quaint little farming villages. It definitely felt as if I’d gone back to a time when things were much more simple, and the pace of human life much more relaxed. It was beautiful. I enjoyed seeing the different types of 'corn cribs’ (storage cases for corn) in peoples’ ...
... is something different than everyday > 85 km in a challenging environment. But that is normal and will fade away.
The daily pattern:
You start with a comfortable feeling the first 15 minutes
Then the acid of yesterday is knocking on the door.
That will take, depending on the conditions yesterday and on it now, 15 - 30 minutes.
After that the best ...
... superstition. As our visit occurred early in the morning, we weren't crushed with lots of tourists and were able to view the exhibits without trouble. We were given a demonstration of the use of the printing press and our lucky volunteer was able to keep the page she printed. So, on our way out of the museum, Raymond and I decided to dash next door to the museum shop to buy a page from the first chapter of Genesis, printed of course on the printing press as a souvenir. Luckily, ...
... This is Rheinfels Castle, a castle ruin that was started in 1245 and was the largest fortress in the Middle Rhine Valley. There are some 4km of tunnels beneath the castle.
We walk up the steep gangplank/ramp to solid ground again and board our bus to leave for Mainz. Everyone is a bit sleepy after the Rhine cruise. After an hour we arrive at Mainz, a small German city of about 200,000 people and check in to our hotel - the Hilton.