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... in the Rugby in a coal cellar come pub with some North London lads (and lasses), it was great to have a few hours of talking ****! A few days here was not enough.
Over the border to Prague - very bohemian and grand architecture, tiny little streets and beautiful park lands that oversee the city with the trees in full Autumn glory. We enjoyed 3 days in the old town and ate too much (again) and sampled far too much of ...
And we learned everything will be cooked from scratch…. and like always big lunch at lunch time and once in a while we had Noah joining us.
One thing Paul discovered – we never have a lot of dishes in Canada… I think Mom is the queen on how many dishes you can use.
... traffic increased – initially they were financed by the automobile industry and erected by automobil clubs. In 1920s the local authorities took over and standardized it.
Felsenkappelle – Rock chapel: which is interestingly built into the sandstone… so half is rock and half is built. Already in 1483 some monks said the caves here remind them of the caves in Jerusalem. So in 1618 they finally carved into the stone. So you felt you are like in a cave but also in a church… even on the ...
... the day was: Schloss Sigmaringen, not too impressed by this one. Nice to look on the outside but the interior was a little bit over done, and the tour was very dry and long.
After a long and tiresome drive we arrived at our next lodging the Hotel Alpenrose, which is nestled in a very quaint yet cute German town of ...