Derag Livinghotel Koenigin Luise
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... the photos will testify to. Meissen This morning we went straight to the Meissen factory where we watched an amazing demonstration of handcrafting and hand painting this beautiful porcelain. I indulged and bought a little petit fours dish which I'll be able to use rather than poking it in the china cabinet. We've been warned to remind the children (do you hear that boys?) not to put it in the Vinnie's sales when we die!! Then into the city of Meissen which ...
... to buy a group pass for public transit (which includes all forms- plane, train, and automobile... Or bus, tram, train, and underground.) We took our first train ride one stop over to get closer to the hostel, bought some cherries at whatever market was set up there, and walked back to the hostel. When we arrived, we walked in with bated breath, unwilling to give in to the unadulterated hope that our bags would be there by 7 PM when we arrived. Lo and behold, they ...
... The taxi ride was crazy! The streets were not very big and crowded with cars, bikes, pedestrians, and tram cars. There is some statistic that the average Dutch person has 1.8 bicycles. The guide on my walking tour would later remark that people will drive on anything in Amsterdam, and you might be walking down a thin alleyway by yourself and the next second it turns into the Autobahn. Our apartment turned out to be just blocks away from multiple squares ...
... morning. Bree and I are so lucky to have such amazing families and while there were definitely a few tears each time we had to say goodbye to our parents, the smiles and laughter we had with everyone during our time together quickly wiped those tears away. Luckily our time with familiar faces wasn’t quite over, because we were headed next to Lucerne, Switzerland to meet up with our friends Trevor and Tirzah who were on a European adventure of their own!
So, Until Next Time…..David & ...
... caught up with Heather, Jenny and Gary at the Lion Inn. Gary was looking pretty beat but Jenny and Heather took off pretty much as we arrived, deciding not to stay for lunch. Rowan was in a lot of pain and had swollen legs, and with a bit of cajoling, agreed that it would be wise for him to get a taxi the rest of the way, so that there would be a chance that he could still walk the next day and so finish the trek. We sat with a woman, Sam I think, who was doing the C2C with her ...