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Last night attempted our first dining experience and managed to order the food and wine we actually wanted! Chose the right time to be out and about as rain started just after our return to the apartment. Elspeth (Manager of the apartments) drove Ron to arrange a hire car for a week as from Thurs. so we should get to see some very interesting countryside. Zell is set in the Mosel Valley so when we caught a bus to a large shopping ...
After an exhausting trip we have arrived at our apartment in Zell and what a wonderful sight. We look out over the Mosel River at a very busy river moving vessels of all description and charming houses on the banks opposite. Zell is noted for it's wine growing and I guess we are going to help support the locals and try a few! Today has been a very quiet day as we try and recuperate from our jet lag so we have only done a walk ...
Well, we had a surprise yesterday when our home-stay hosts suggested we stay in Speyer an extra day. It seems the anticipated guests for the next weeks home-stay have faded away. That saved us an overnight in Frankfurt. So today we flew entirely without a flight-plan. We got up, had some coffee and toast and decided we should confirm train times to the Frankfurt Flughafen. We will have to be on a train out of Speyer no later than 12:00 noon. ...
... but none sunk. Most were convertibles, including an MG. That over we went back to our room and got ready for dinner. Back to the restaurant in the cellar of the Schloss. Had an amazing main meal and brilliant desert. It really is an excellent restaurant, and nowhere near as expensive as basic food in Perth. Walked along the river until about 9:30pm with a huge full moon above Zell. Nice end to ...
... she is from Indonesia and went to the
American School there (and speaks five languages). So, studying political science in German is
no problem for her. She was very aware
of the political situation in Indonesia and the problems that women have in
affecting change. But she is dedicated
and motivated. What a wonderful
conversation we had.
Of course, being on the longest
pedestrian shopping ...