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... for us.
Traveling with us is BRUCE AND JAN BENDER from Denver. Friends of Chuck and Yvonne.
bruce had an Uncle whom he never met who died in this Battle of the Bulge. Well, Bruce located that Uncle, Charles Bender, which added to the emotional high. The six of us visited his cross marked grave.
Finally, we learned that the brilliant General GEORGE PATTON, who led the Allies in this
Battle, was also buried in ...
... well here, too. We paid and headed down the street, aiming for the Grund, the old valley floor, and other Old Town sites.
We reached a bridge over the valley in just a few blocks--it had looked much further on the map! We crossed the bridge, saw a sign for the elevator to go down to the bottom (alternative--walk, including tunnels), then walked through a cool portico that is part of the justice complex. We crossed the street to see the other side of ...
... the genders tick so differently that they have a hard time working together as a unit. :-)
When travelling I enjoy the time when I sit on a train, plane or bus and when I can think about what I saw, the lessons I learned or the people I met and how their stories enrich my life.
Sometimes I listened to very sad stories from absolutely fantastic women and also men and I would like to share them with you. Most women (and I guess also men) look for a life partner, ...
... just here to exploit tax loop holes. In the city centre itself there is one main street of shops where you can find the usual brands such as H&M and Zara etc. At one end of the street there is the main train station, and there are a few bars and restaurants dotted around the city.
We vowed on our trip to not visit a McDonalds, but we were actually struggling to find somewhere to eat that ...
... Aussie flag (a good sign?) delivered the goods. A steaming, bubbling pot of yellow goo was brought to us by Heidi (well in our visions it was Heidi). We had a long fork to stab the bread, and swirl it in the goo, before savouring the flavour of a happy time. Although it wasn't Winter, the poor, gloomy weather certainly added to the experience. Today, being the weather that it is, chilling and eating was in order ... and that's pretty much what we did. 10th August Left campsite ...