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... speed, or when there were no signs or any warnings on the Sat. Nav. the sky was the limit.
Having said that, nobody was doing the mega 200 km/h plus speeds I have seen and been responsible for in the past in the appropriate German machinery. We had the DS3 sitting on 120 km/h through the Ruhr industrial area - Dusseldorf, Essen and Dortmund as the Germans only thundered past at about 160 km/h.
Crossing the borders ...
... have to pull up a lever on the gear shift in order to get reverse, Dave finally figured it out before he drove off the seventh story of the park aid.
Once we got on the road it all came back and the driving was smooth and controlled. Benta made Pheasant for supper so we had a late supper talked again and tried to go to bed earlier as we want to leave by 8 tomorrow. Another good day in Germany
... city after the bombings of WWII was both interesting and terrifying at the destruction man will do to man. Martin then went to get the car and we drove back to Schende.
We had a light supper of bread and cheese and Martin and Bentas son Nicoli came to the house. We had a great evening discussing everything from nuclear power (Martin is a Physicist) to Mechanical engineering. It was a very nice evening.
... is regarded as one of the most beautiful organs in the region.
After this we went to the Hildesheim Cathedral called the Dome officially the Cathedral of the Assumption of Mary, a medieval Catholic cathedral. The cathedral church was built between 1010 and 1020 in the Romanesque style. It follows a symmetrical plan with two apses, The cathedral's treasures include world-famous artworks, bronze works. this church ...
... that long. They were not told that our plane was delayed so he just waited. It turns out that our plane had mechanical problems.
We then drive to Sehnde, the village that Martin and Benta live in, where we will be staying for the next few days. Benta has made us some tuna melts so we eat a bit and the go to bed. We have basically been up for 36 hours; about 30 of which have been in airports or planes.
I has been a long day