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... today) and enjoy having some time to get organized. If only for a day. You know it's important for me to keep organized. So I've to unpack, look after my mail (maybe even a lonesome birthdaycard), download my pics, do my laundry and get groceries to get this thing on a roll again on my own. But I'm a happy camper with again another experience. Thank you all for reading. Signing off for this ...
... journey. Wow, that is expensive.
Anyway I arrive in Lobith and there is a massive windmill and it looks pleasant enough but as I got out of the car I thought, "what is that music, it's a bit loud". I checked into the B&B and the owner said there was a festival going on for the next few days and they would be playing music until midnight the following night. I wasn't best pleased but I figured it wasn't too loud at this point. ...
... rather rusty (i.e. no existent).
But one thing I did notice when I was driving out of the industrial estate was the buildings which were there. They were in exactly the same position as the mock up of the camp and in the same style as the crematorium. Basically the barracks were still there but they were offices. I can't believe there was no mention of that in the museum. I know I wouldn't be happy to be working in any of those buildings. ...
... the most important public figures such as heads of state or governors and a number of high-profile celebrities, it is the tradition to do so every September.
It is not every day that you have the privilege of staying in a castle so full of history, every room and every meal prepared by chef, kitchen and housekeeping crew specially flown in for the occasion - ask Gregory Peck and Roger Moore, they are good friends with the family;-)
... museum, so I can’t say whether it is good or not, but it is biggest that I have visited. If you have small kids, then the roller-coaster ride could be a little scary (at least it was for our 5-yesr-old boy), it is dark and you get the feeling that you are crashing with a train. In addition to normal trains there is also replica of old train station ...
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