Hotel Bayerischer Hof
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... showed me around the city, including climbing the "blow tower" because we are sooo sportif. She treated me to a traditional hungarian meal, which involved wayyyy too much food, and then we went to a sweet little cafe. I gave up on the sim card that I had bought in Berlin, and just bought another with a company that I knew would have an english option (Lebara) and finally was able to talk to my papa who hasn't been home the last couple times ...
... br> Getting the fins on seemed easier and I felt a bit less locked up in the wetsuit.
More exercises: Taking the lead off, putting it back on. Taking the **********, putting it back on (ever tried with gloves?! that was tough!). Taking the mask off, putting it back on.
I really enjoyed this time! And we even got lots of time - well, must have been at least 10 minutes - to just enjoy the dive.
As it was raining that day, the water was even ...
... in the van and the toilet is a bonus (thank God for Thetford’s designers!)
On arrival at the site, we were met by a rather stern looking German manager (he did give us some apples on leaving and seemed to have mellowed) who lead us to the pitch which seemed a bit cramped but the site was pleasant enough. There was a definite bias towards ladies who got either 4 or 8 minutes in the shower compared to the 3 minutes for 0.5 Euro we gentlemen were awarded. I’m writing ...
... had the 'little sparrows' (tiny dumplings) with pork, beef and some bird between a chicken and a turkey that no one could tell us anything about. I had a rosti which I thought was Swiss but it was very good. It was served with bacon which was delicious. The pork products here are excellent. We have cured ham for breakfast along with sausage, salami and liverwort which is a tradition that I'm becoming quite accustomed to. The bacon though ...
... a swan nut (and peacocks) and they adjourn his palace and pop up in the strangest places, if strange is appropriate here, as everything is strange. He modelled the place on Louis XIV, the sun king guy and the palace of Versailles. He even has Louis' motif and motto in gold on the entrance foyer's ceiling. The style is 'rococo' mixed with 'French Boubon' so it's totally over the top. He was a Wagner fanatic and regularly had operas staged for an audience of one. The ...
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