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Well I would be lying if I didn't say that the last two weeks were a bit ****. Bureaucracy in Germany is definitely worse than anywhere else I've seen. When I applied for my Canadian Visa in Australia, it came within two months no questions asked. When I applied for new bank accounts, a job and a SIN number in Canada it was painfree and even flying into Germany was a breeze on a tourist visa. But every step since then has been hard work.
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Today we visited Colmar. This is a charming town with 13 th century houses all painted in different colors many with murals on the outside. There is a little Venice with people in boats on the canal. this was a long walking tour. Many of the houses looked quite crooked and in need of repair. Speyer. today I decided I was a bit tired and needed a rest from walking tour everywhere so Yvonne and I decided ...
... in what my grandmother used to call a "house dress" and lace up "sensible" shoes, she moved like a force to be reckoned with. Her forearms looked like she'd spent her life throwing hay bales. But that strength probably came from beating rugs. She carried a large runner that she effortlessly threw over a fence and then proceeded to shake within an inch of its life. She watched us watch her, all of us trying to be sly about it. After the rug ...
Today we visited Philippsbourg, the reason we are here in this beautiful corner of France. After being ordered to Europe before his combat training was completed at Fort Leonard Wood, MIssouri, Orville Lawton arrived in France on December 15, 1944, just in time to be ordered to the Philippsbourg area to participate in Germany's last big push to re-take the Belgian ports and (in Hitler's unhinged mind) win the war. Germany was losing the Battle of Bulge, Patton's tanks ...
... bus down that roadway I have no idea!
This cruise is one of the reasons I signed up for this particular tour and it did not disappoint. On either side were small pop-ups of houses and quite a few castles up on the hilltops. At one point you can actually view three at once. I wonder if they were friends? I made some more friends as we sat atop the boat deck and had lunch floating down the river. Two were from San Francisco and another from North Dakota. It seems I am the ...
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