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... specific place of origin and were taken from wherever they were originally built and re-constructed. Very interesting inside and out - they certainly had hard lives. It was cold there and even started to snow lightly before the sun again came out brightly. The frosts last right up until the beginning of May but strangely this is also the hottest part of Germany, but not for long as houses are heated for eight months of the year. Coming back down the winding road from ...
Last night was our last night on this ship so we had the Captain's Farewell Cocktail Party and Farewell Dinner. As with the Welcome Dinner, we had another degustation menu. This menu was as follows: Steak Tartare Duck Liver Terrine on Red Onion Chutney and Warm Brioche Veal Consommé with Spinach Crepe and Vegetable Brunoise Grilled King Prawns on Cous Cous and Lemongrass Sauce Violette Granitee Pink Roasted Slices of Beef Tenderloin on ...
... all the others going to celebrate. Along with thousands of others we picked a spot on the sidewalk and waited. At 4am when the town hall bells chimed any remaining lights turned off and pipes and drums began to play immediately. Unlike a parade with one long procession the various groups are positioned all throughout the town weaving their way along almost all the streets and you are completely immersed in the celebration for which the whole town seems to ...
Fine and sunny, 16-27deg, (feels like 31) 39 km, av. 15.4km/h (tot 623km). A 2.7km ride saw us out of Sw (for good this trip) and into France via an unmanned border post. This is also the last time we'll see Germany, albeit from across the Rhine. We'll miss the German/Swiss efficiency but we won't miss the Swiss cost of living or the need to juggle two currencies. I've read that one in eight Swiss are worth a million Francs. I reckon they need every one of them to ...
... and have observed him to be a skilled and
cautious driver. The first surprise was
how much gear had to be worn. I donned
leather pants, something that looked like a cumber bun (to keep wind off of the
back), leather jacket, neck scarf, leather gloves and helmet. Once loaded up, we left, with me holding on
to Tom like a tick. On the open road it
was sheer joy…the feel of the clean air, and the scenery as it passed by in a
blur. The ...