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... tables drinking their whole Mass to the cheers and applause of the crowd if they finished it and the boos if they didn’t. Some people had pretzels thrown at them if they didn’t finish. We walked around the centre with our senses in overload, looking for a table to sit down at as you don’t get service unless your seated and they were all very much full, when all of a sudden we see a face we recognize and she spots us and her arms fly in the air with excitement. The couple ...
... dance around the clock a enactment of
a wedding which was held hundreds of years ago between a duke and a woman,
figures jousting and dancing were there along with a set of dancers celebrating
'the passing of the black death'. It was completely amazing to see all the
people who swarmed around just to see a glimpse of what the clock had to offer.
After over hearing a tour guide, I found out the area I had just been too had
been severely bombed in WW2 and most of ...
... Rick Steve's books about Europe. He is quite the guru when it comes to traveling through Europe. We use his books to help us determine where to stay, since he recommends hotels. We have had a lot of luck using his information. We took a train and then a bus to the camp. The bus was packed and very hot! However, we knew the conditions were nothing compared to what it would have been like if we were traveling to the camp as a Jew. When we arrived, we found the bathrooms ...
Our flight was uneventful, which is always the way I'd prefer all my flights. I managed to get my usual 15 mins of sleep on the plane. It's raining here. Muggy and wet. Hey, it's just like someplace that I've been to before - no, wait. I live in THAT place. We are staying 2 nights at the belle blue hotel. It's not the best hotel but it's very convenient. Once we dumped our luggage off, we headed, by foot, to marienplatz. ...
... a long steep walk up to the castle and I was excited to see snow start falling as I was walking. I walked around the castle and then to the bridge to get a couple of photos from the bridge. The walk back down was some more photo opportunities of the Alpsee, the large lake to the south of the castle and a couple getting photos for their wedding. She must have been freezing, she was in a wedding dress with no sleeves. I asked the Groom, was ...