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... me that it could be about time to settle in a bit more and try to find some place where I can dig beneath the surface rather than just skim across it on the way to some other destination.
Who knows, I might even do something completely insane…like marriage.
Big thanks to everyone who has followed my blog(s). The comments and encouragement have helped me through many a rough time. (If you only knew how much.)
... materials - broken tiles, flooring, matresses, etc. We then unrolled the bolt which most likely held about 50 yards of powder blue polyester with stretch - think leisure suits from the 1960s. We cut this into large folded sections and washed them after we had shaken the mice dirt from them. Naturally there is no clothes drier so we arranged them over the radiators and waited until they dried. None of ...
... adrenaline coursing through me, I came upon a junction that signaled Bucharest was both straight on and right.... The right turning had a Motorway sign but nobody was talking it and my Satnav wanted to keep me on the straight and narrow, but I liked the idea of the motorway and peeling off the last kilometres of the day in double time. So I turned on to what became a pristine, German like autobahn, with 3 lanes and no traffic, which given I had ...
... I joined a walking tour and we visited some of Berlin's historical sites. What I am going to try and do is create a sort of now and then picture so you get an idea of some of the monumental events that occurred on the very sites I visited. Class 3 - I think you will be covering World War II this year? I could be wrong. The city of Berlin played a huge part in that ghastly conflict. The first photo is of a place ...
... work on this megalomane project under slavery conditions.
We were so lucky to be hosted by Mircea, a bikaholic and slow food person, who had so many tips for us that we changed our plans to accommodate for even more nice routes. For those of you who fancy cycling in Romania in a slightly more organined manner than we do, you can check out www.cyclingromania.ro
Further in Bucharest we strolled around the city, treated ourselves with a good ...