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... railway junction was the target of the allies attack. The Americans took over the bridge but ultimately it collapsed and killed 28 Americans. Later, we go to the famous Grand Hotel Steigenberger for lunch. The Germans compare it to Camp David, because many dignitaries such as President Bill Clinton have come for meetings here. After lunch, we ride our tour bus to Bonn where our ship has already cruised there to meet us. Here, we meet in the afternoon for a tour of ...
... to real life.
Anyways, this evening I'm staying with Leslie and the family and we're going to his village Halloween party which should be ace and will hopefully cheer me up! As soon as I get this bloody laundry finished that is.. Bah.
What a way to finish up in Germany..! (For now anyways).
So first and foremost let me tell you. Remember when I climbed St Peter's in Munich? Remember when I nearly threw up after 380 ...
... and an entire block of restaurants and bars. There was a huge park and people flying giant kites along the Rhine. And that was about it. Because everything else was closed. Today we learned that All Saints Day is a national holiday here and not the best day to explore a city. The more you know. Tomorrow we start our road trip! We are picking up the car at the airport and then off to Amsterdam! I'm excited to have a bit more freedom in when we go ...
... is in celebrates All Saints Day on November 1st, so there are a lot of things that are closed. We still got a good feel for the city though. Tomorrow, we're renting the car and driving to Amsterdam! I'm nervous about driving somewhere where I can't read the signs! Luckily, Europeans drive on the same side of the road as Americans, so that part will be okay. I have to remember how to drive a stick! I love you love you love ...
... last two nights of our time in Germany. We decided to chart a course that would keepus along the Rhine for as long as possible. The night before we had consulted our trusty guide book and it mentioned that the town of Bacharach was another picturesque Rhine village so we decided to make that our first stop. In order to get from Rudesheim to Bacharach we either had to either take a long out of the way route or we could hop on one of the ...