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I ended up going out for a drink with a lovely Italian guy, Matteo, who showed me around as well as gave me some tips about Italy.
The next day I did the free walking tour, which has become my must do in every city that it#'s available. Of course, this time it was so good that I ended up paying double what it would have cost to have a paid tour...
One of my favourite parts of the tour lead us to Bebelplatz, the site of the Nazi book burning ...
... and we could not see that much. Nevertheless, the silence is what I like most.
It's like you're entering a new world and it's just you and your buddy.
I love the underwater feeling!
Tomorrow, we're diving again. This time I get to do exercises without my teacher showing first how it's done. And we get to dive down to approx. 12-18m! Must get the buoyancy right now...
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... that, despite having the Austrian motorway vignette (about 16€ for the 10 days?) there was still a toll for the Arlberg (I think) tunnel. This makes the Tyne Tunnel look decidedly twee as it was around 13 km long!
We've also agreed that the Austrian/German motorway services are generally quite crowded unless you’re desperate so we actually use the rest areas which are much less used and may have toilets or not (not that it matters because we simply make a cup of tea and ...
... changing countries is no big deal here, and found ourselves driving through picture postcard territory. We have been here before when snow blanketed the entire landscape and really I'm not sure which is the more attractive. Both are lovely and very stereotypical of the regions here. The Bavarians are very proud of their land, food, beer and traditions. It is common to see lederhosen being worn and people of all age groups are found ...
... electrically operated waterfall. So was he mad? Is he any less sane than many that spend millions on a place that to some, many or most seems right over the top? King Ludwig was an aesthetic in a time of war and uncertainty, increasingly insecure and quite likely autistic certainly not a good mixture of character traits for a king at any time. So was he mad King Ludwig or just King Ludwig? Make up your own mind because his was pretty complex (although I know what side I'm ...
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