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Day 3 of our tour saw us travel from Amsterdam to Germany. After a few hours on the coach we arrived in Boppard, where we were able to walk on the banks of the Rhine during a bit of free time. The weather today has been awesome so we grabbed an ice cream and admired the scenery. After our free time finished we got onto the Rhine cruise to St. Goar. The cruise had the option to buy some food or drink so I decided to try a ...
... I got stung by a wasp (why are German wasps so aggressive??!) so we quickly carried on into the refreshing 37 degree heat... We waved 'aufidesan to Germany as We reached France after another 20 miles, almost didn't realise as there was no official sign just a sign about the French section of the Rhine, we are struggling more with this change of country and keep greeting people with 'hallo' in France we cycled for a while on dykes by the river before going through ...
... off in the car with wheel to be fixed, while the ladies could shower and chill. The men eventually returned with fixed wheel and Simon looked for some clean clothes in his dad's bag, but even with all this exercise he wasn't going to fit into Graham's 30inch waist shorts, so only a clean T shirt to wear. A short walk took us to the centre of Speyer with its quaint cobbled streets and beautiful Cathedral. The sun's heat was still strong but ...
... up the mountain, we came across the "Hitler" ampitheater; Hitler is in quotes due to the fact that he himself never visited, because the citizens chose not to attend his propaganda rally in Heidelberg. Even further up the mountain were Greco-Roman ruins that dated back as far as 1000 years before Christ. What is very fascinating is that these three seemingly unrelated pieces of history are all found on the ...
... train, in the pst this journey may have taken about nine hours. Almost midnight: time for sleep but not before the last story of the night. As I said earlier our train made up it's lateness. Well then it lost time again. Oh no. We had 10 minutes to transfer but were again running 14 minutes late and we were only 45 minutes out of Mannheim where that transfer was to take place. That's hardly enough time to catch up 14 minutes. Since the long distance train offers free WiFi ...