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... the car. Anyway, we got ourselves a hotel right next to the Porta Negra last night and aside from some rowdies at 4 AM this morning, all was good. We awoke to fog and after a nice German breakfast, we decided to head south to Strasburg.
As I write, we are in a hotel in Lahr and the wifi is so good that I am also going to post today's trip and pics. So stand by for some more (if you can stand it).
MJ and Mike
... The skin was incredibly crispy but the meat was a touch drier than I prefer.
Still, dinner was tasty, and the wines that we chose were shockingly cheap. Our whole meal including the two dishes, and two glasses of wine each, was under €30. Germany is great for that!
We didn’t bother packing when we got back to the hotel, as we have plenty of time for that tomorrow morning. Sad that the journey is almost over…tomorrow we have to go ...
... of looking down on the complex. There is not a lot left and there is no flowing water like in Bath, still it was interesting. After this bath we went to visit the Forum baths but that was closed. However, they have built this huge glass structure over the baths which anyone can see into. It is interesting looking down on the baths, we will go and see it tomorrow. After this we called it quits, still raining so back to our ...
... a great time with Tomas and Cait, but now that I am back home the final preparations for the 'big trip' are about to happen which really gets me excited!
My good friend Marleen will accompany me on the first part of the adventure in Latin America and we will soon start laying out the groundwork for this chapter.
I will soon get this blog going! adios.
... on the Red House in the center of the old city is the inscription in Latin: "thirteen hundred years before Rome, Trier stood; may it continue and enjoy eternal peace, amen." It’s quite interesting to imagine a connection between ancient Assyria one of Ancient Israel’s most implacable enemies, and modern day Germany.
Dropping our bags in our room we walked across the Roman Bridge and into the city along the mostly pedestrian Karl Marx Strasse. ...