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... like a ski lift) up the hill to the Germania monument, built in 1871 for the reunification of Germany then walked the 5kms down the hill. Had a drink, then went shopping & back to the boat for lunch.
The next part of he Rhine is known for its castles, they were amazing, the cloud then started to move in so went inside for coffee & cake, like we needed more food.
Got a haircut, really impressed & only €18.
... br> At the Baugnez crossroad, just outside Malmedy, a Panzer (tank) column met a lightly-armed American column (rifles and grenades). There was a short, uneven fight, and 120 Americans surrendered. They were disarmed, gathered in a field next to the crossroad and machine-gunned. Someone had decided that no prisoners would be taken. Later, 84 bodies were found frozen in the snow of one of the harshest winters on record. Others ...
... of Baden Baden to the hotel in Mainz. On the Autobahn we travelled at 100kph, but the cars, as long as they stay on the right when they're not overtaking, can do any speed! There was a jam near Europa Park, and as the cars and trucks realised, they automatically applied their warning lights. Arrived Mainz at 6.30pm. Drinks and dinner at hotel. Farewell to Mark who's leaving the tour to visit his son in ...
... Here in Germany you could probably sit at your table for a whole day
without being bothered by a waitress, whereas in America, the waitresses
constantly come to the table making sure you don’t need anything. My best guess as to why this is would be
because the people in Germany aren't working to get a tip, but in America it is
all about pleasing the customers so you get tipped well at the end of the
meal. I also think it ...
... Alps. As your tour comes to an end, see the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe before you leave. This morning, after breakfast, travel eastwards through the Dutch countryside passing by Utrecht, both a provincial capital and the largest university city of The Netherlands. Then cross into Germany and travel via Bonn, the former capital of West ...