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... but somehow it seems just a little different....a bit smaller some how....funny. We travelled back to Salzburg...we had bought somethigs in a supermarket and Nikki was trying to pack them in the supermarket plastic bags.....she was becoming annoyed because the bags were being "hogged" by a little old lady.....the old lady was trying to pull the bags away from Nikki and was saying something in German...Nikki thought she did not want to ...
Hasta el momento no había visitado el famoso parque natural de Sajonia: Sächsiche Schweiz O Suiza Sajonia. Que nada tiene que ver con Suiza, solo en su parecido, aunque con montañas de menor altura.
Dentro de la Suiza Sajonia, hay mucho para hacer y visitar. Tiene cientos de caminos para recorrer tanto de un lado como del otro del rio Elba.
En nuestro caso fuimos a Festung Königstein. Como dice su nombre es ...
... and a quarknodel dessert. The dessert was too rich to finish - quark filled with nougat and bathed in cherry sauce.
The Germanisches National Museum is a labrynth of German cultural treasures through the ages. I especially liked the collection of horse-drawn winter sleds from the 1700s; ladies sat on the seat containing a compartment for heated rocks while the men stood on the ...
... snowed all day and never got above 33 so it was nice to be in a warm room. When we went out a while later the snowfall had lightened a bit and we found a little café selling sausages and another selling hot mulled wine... Heaven. Stephne wanted some soup so we went back to Brown's Café and had soup and a beer and then hot chocolate. We hit the sauna upstairs when we got back and that was a treat. Stephne didn't last long -- I went for the whole experience and ...
... at a class on Saturday. There was a stall selling all types of brushes and I was able to find a small flexible bottle brush, which I've had trouble finding in Canada. Numerous stalls sold fruits and vegetables, mostly local, and I saw some interesting displays of mushrooms, like Chanterelles. The flower stalls really caught my eye, as they had colourful displays with reasonable prices. I bought a single rose for our room for 1 Euro.
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