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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 ...
... simulators there that looked like moon landers. They were jacked up on hydraulic actuators and would move all over the place. It was only 4 Euros so I jumped in. It was sort of interesting. The simulator puts you in the drivers seat of all of their race cars, from their very early ones to the latest.
... parking (for cars underneath) – we managed
to get in after knocking the height restriction barrier and then
trying to adjust the height of the bikes on the back and removing
items from the roof....
The museum was €8 each to get in which we think is reasonable and housed 80+
vehicles right through from the beginning including cars designed by
Ferdinand Porsche / Porsche Design prior to the formation of ...
... taken (crazy if you ask me). They leave their nature as it has always been. Obviously no OSH requirements or policies in Norway! Anyway I could go on, it was so interesting, the history of these countries, and the knowledge they have of their history is phenomenal - they keep it alive and hand down generations. Norway only has a population of 5 million, that blew me away! She said the temperature at home will be MINUS TEN. When it's the middle of winter it ...
... have anyway. But as soon as we finished unloading and took the van back chez moi, one of those fantastic, torrential nor'ea' thunder storms set in, which WOULD HAVE been a pain and a half to move in. Needless to say, it felt like the weather was on my side with this one.
Then, the next morning, I may or may not have had a mild (massive) heart attack when I had no boxes, no packing tape, and no mechanism to ship what turned out to be a ...