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... that's not the only thing on my mind that has got confused. Yesterday
as I said was a day of adventuring around the Alps simply to waste time as I did
not want to get the Sunday sailing from Amsterdam and so would waste a day and
catch the Monday.
The plan was to stop off at Seefeld which is my usual stop and ride the
next 600 or so km to Amsterdam with the usual stop at Darmstadt. However tonight
looking at the maps I suddenly realised the total ...
... being able to try new foods we just wanted to have some simple food that we could throw together and it wouldn't cost a whole lot. We grabbed some pasta and had a nice and filling dinner. The rest of the night consisted of flipping through the channels that were all in German, attempting to figure out how the heater worked (which it kinda didn't) and attempting to keep warm underneath the blankets and layers we were sleeping in!
... closet somewhere, was found in 1738 to be weeping. A priest was called to verify the miracle, and an immense, ornate, overwhelming church was built. (Guidebooks say it is exuberant, colorful and joyful!). While worth seeing, and pausing for a few moments to light a candle for all our loved ones, the thirty minutes there was enough. Our stair-weary legs and feet were happy to head back to our hotel in Austria. We got out of the bus about 500 meters (1/3 ...
... persons after the war ended, until 1960. Now the camp grounds are park like, and our guide asked us to remember that it is a cemetery for an estimated 43,000 people. The central area is open and stark, the 34 barracks represented by two replicated buildings, and concrete foundations filled with stones on the sites of the other 32. The roll call area remains, again just with gravel. There is a museum in part of the former administration building, which most of us did not ...
... in the need to be her eyes and ears as well as my own.
There were times when I thought that I couldn’t go any further but realised that I must be getting fitter because a short stop to catch my breath and I could carry on. I remember a seasoned Burton Rambler telling me ‘Oh no dear, it never gets any easier but the recovery time becomes so much quicker!’ She was right!
I cannot begin to explain the sense of ...