Golf Und Landhotel Semlin
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... likely. They have rows and rows (walls even) of packaged cheese slices and salami-type meats in the supermarket. Robyn commented it reminded her of the skit by Borat where he repeatedly asks the incredibly polite staff member "Is this cheese, is this cheese, etc". We saw fresh baked bread rolls for sale at 13c each, six-packs of 500ml beer for €7+. Diesel costs about €1.10 and petrol about €1.40 per ...
... take us there
and she promptly drove us into a river. Fortunately there was a ferry on
standby so we climbed aboard and eventually arrived at the town of Werden.
After setting up camp we rode into the town in search of
some free WiFi. After riding around a bit we found a spot near the post office
and were able to catch up on the outside world.
Back to camp for yet another ...
... During the performance, she spoke about the music she was singing and described each one. We understood very little of her explanation but that was OK. When we met her, she asked me what part of San Francisco we were from….in the most perfect “American” accent! We were speechless and she could tell. She leaned over to me and said “I was born in Davis, California” although she grew up in Israel, her parents always spoke English at ...
... to the issues discussed that morning with Feliks, the current Congregation Chairperson. The Mayor knew in extreme detail what had transpired in the last several years. Being the Town CFO, he had much to do with getting the funds for the building remodel. We asked direct questions regarding the permit status...what was approved and why are there the issues discussed with Feliks. He said he had some information but would like to see if Steffen Scheller was ...
... of ratatouille but more peppery and spiced.
Note1: In the past few days we seem to have been following the Jakobsweg pilgrimage route with the blue cockleshell sign that we became so familiar with on our Camino trip last year.
Note2: we saw a badly injured deer as we went through an underpass under a large road. It had obviously jumped over the barrier and fallen down into the deep underpass. So sad, but we could do nothing to put it out of its misery.