Derag Livinghotel Henriette
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... cough Noels and I had so we didn't go on the look around that was organised because it was fluttering down with rain when we left on the bus. So we asked the driver to take us back to the hotel. This however caused us to miss the group photo which was s little disappointing. Any way, after 1pm and a rest we strolled up to the old city had a lovely lunch and desert in a restaurant and wandered back to our hotel for more rest. What we did see of Dresden was ...
... to our original meeting place and got the number of Michelle, a fellow bike group member and world traveller who had been abroad for a month already. She was 30 years old and a high school math teacher. We got along with her so well, and it was again another example being an arbitrary thing that does not give you much information about someone. We told her we would likely see her at the market tomorrow, and then headed toward the main train station at Alexanderplatz. ...
... without fear, we quickly booked boarded a bus and a 6 hour car ride turned into a 9 hour bus adventure. On the way to Amsterdam, I booked a flight home. Traveling in Europe is quite fun!
I wish I could tell you about the German and Dutch countryside, but if you know me well, you know that I slept almost the entire bus ride. I remember lots of windmills.
When we arrived in Amsterdam, we took a taxi to the apartment we had rented for ...
... so nice of them to take up valuable room in their CARRY ON suitcases for us and we really appreciated it.
The next morning, bright an early of course, we had to head out for the airport to catch out flight to Zurich. Everyone met us in the lobby and it hit home that we wouldn't be seeing any family until we return from our trip. We had such a wonderful time first with Bree’s parents and then with my parents and brother that it was definitely hard to say ...
... where we could finally see the red tile roof of the Lion at Blakey Inn sitting alone in the middle of nowhere. Rowan was struggling with a lot of pain in his legs, Jane had sore feet with blisters and a black toenail and I had sore heels, sore Achilles' tendon and a painful big toe. Henrietta of course had no complaints and strolled along much the same as she did on day one. Of the Walking Undead team she was the least undead, but most likely to be dead by the hands of her team! ...