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... horrific ones too. There is an English theatre, it's closed at the moment but outside is a cupboard with novels in and on it a sign saying that they are free to take. They are all in English and make an effort to entice others to read and learn our language. Imagine a Polish theatre in London that did that. How would that go down. I see a bus saying Frankfurt ...
... decent down to the Rhine River on very narrow roads, a feat our Italian driver "Rocco" accomplished with style, drawing applause when we arrived for the 3pm boat at 2.57pm Cruising down the Rhine was like a step back in time, the steep cliffs on either side of the river bordered with little villages full of "Half Timber" or what we call "Tudor" houses, at the river with old Medievel castles along the hilltops. In this stretch of the river apparently it's ...
... of Seefeld along a wonderful scenic road for the first 50 miles or so and so I simply ignored the satnav and headed north
Sure enough this was the road I was thinking about. It winds its way through some rolling hills with castles etc on them and the railway running alongside for miles on end.
Last year November I had to scrape the ice off my bike seat before leaving the hotel and take it very easy along this road due to snow and ice. I think the temp was about ...
... when I have 2000 songs why do I need one! But even this technology is already 2 years too old because Apple have changed their connectors meaning any iPod from now will require a cable or adaptor just so I can use the speakers. But I'm hardly going to buy a new iPod now am I? Perhaps in 5 years when I feel so outdated, I will have to!
My question is: What is the effect from such a big jump in technology other than having no money! Personally I feel guilt and envy. ...
... and different architectural pieces put together like patchwork as the cathedral grew and grew and grew over the ages. So I walked around to the front entrance after marveling and getting quite a neck ache from all the staring upwards with mouth gaping, and went inside.
And yep, if anything things just kept getting more extravagant and interesting as I walked inside and around the interior. It was almost like a museum, with so many stone sculptures ...