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... br> friends around the village. Lori’s good friend Saffy is quite fond of palm
wine, but otherwise it is mostly men who drink alcohol.
Our beverage highlight in Africa was going with a palm wine
tapper to watch him ply his trade. On the trees he taps he has built a kind of
bamboo ladder/scaffold structure to assist him in reaching the upper portion of
the tree where the fermented liquid is found, albeit one that still requires
... people at the museum were not as nice. Almost rude at times. But the museum was nice with some great paintings...Rubens, Monet, Manet, Van Gogh, JL David and Delaquoix. Sandy enjoyed it a great deal. And it is Mother's Day you know! And I enjoyed the museum as well.
We made our way back to the train station...just 10 minutes this time. I'm learning! Caught a cab, and the cab driver may have said two words our entire journey. I am afraid ...
... that Germans really do seem to enjoy children and are constantly making kissing sounds toward Clara. Even though she was up and down the halls, and I was embarrassed and constantly apologizing, they did not seem to mind. We finally made it to Munich (or "Carolin's World" as Grace calls it) around 12:30pm. When we arrived, we walked from the train station to the town center where Carolin was waiting for us. We then ate lunch at the Hofbrauhaus. There was a ...
... for Bob. Back at the hotel, more packing (hoping we aren’t overweight!) and anticipation for tomorrow’s flight home. (Plus plans to sell the boat and return to Italy next year!)
Carry cloth bags, especially if you plan to grocery shop
Keep tissue handy for bathroom stops and ...
... for the area was meant as a holding prison for political prisoners and people speaking out against the regime. As things escalated for the Nazi party so did the terror and number of prisoners held in Dachau. When a person is sent to prison they are told what they are being imprisoned for, they have the right to a trial followed by knowledge of their final sentencing. When a person is sent to a concentration camp they are arrested and told nothing, ...