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... painted walls, marble statues, a theater, chapels, throne rooms, bedrooms, and even a toilet throne. The palace was cold and by the end, Annissa were pretty cold and could barely feel our feet. After the tour and a lot of walking, we stopped at another cafe in the square and had a nice crusty bread ham sandwich and some Darjeeling ...
... passengers, a press conference in session and all the fantastic appetisers and aperitifs one could dream of, missing our flight just didn't seem such a bad idea at the time. Snaking our way through a sea of flesh to a makeshift Henna tattoo studio, it was obvious that we had to have one. And I'd say it looks pretty darn good :) Also, thanks to my mom for these stunning shots! See you in Abu Dhabi ...
... tickets from the German post office and I guess I was not quite up to the challenge. We did succeed in purchasing two tickets to Stuttgart but unfortunately we failed in getting both tickets printed for our bus ride. When we made it to the bus 5 minutes prior to the departure time (and you may know how Germans are about punctuality) we found out that we only had one ticket printed, not two, which posed a problem for the bus driver in letting us on. I explained our situation, ...
... the majority if those we met on my short stay to be most abrupt and not at all jovial or accommodating. Anyway the show was amazing, Georgia was hanging and jumping and dancing all over the place, our eyes we're mainly on her, as a monkey and as a flower. Wednesday morning I get Kathy up and we head for a walk. It is freezing outside, not as foggy as it had been Tuesday morning and now I've got my bearings we head for a ...
... base. I got some great pictures though.
Next I drove up the mountain to Idar-Oberstein to see Felsenkirche, the church built into the side of a cliff, it was quite a hike but definitely worth it. I had lunch there, some pretty amazing schnitzel that I am now craving again just by typing this up. After that I drove to Ludwigshafen to find that the house my mom’s family lived in when she was a baby has definitely been ...