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... really cute with many well tended apartments adorn with plants. We had a little trouble finding our apartment and I remember glancing at one not sure if it was an abandoned building or not as compared to the other places it needed a lot of TLC. We walked one direction without finding our exact address so we retraced our steps to find that in fact the building I thought might be abandoned was where we would be staying for the next two nights. Skeptical we walked into the lobby and down ...
... from its
neighbor to the south…
Belgium. To many beer enthusiasts in the U.S., the country
is virtually synonymous with amazing brews. And all the hype is sooooo true.
Belgium is beer paradise. It is where beer lovers go if they’ve been good boys
and girls. Harps should play and holy beer light should shine when people say
the name of the country. Portland likes to call itself Beervana, but that label
should really carry an asterisk ...
... A guided tour is the best way to see this amazing place, the wealth of information you get and being taken to the best sites, the detailed descriptions of the paintings, the artists the unique stories behind these is wonderful! One of the very interesting stories he shared was that when the Germans invaded Rome in the 15th century, not only did the Pope and the bishops etc flee through the secret tunnels that go from the Vatican to Castle St Angelo, but ...
... 25minutes of standing their they hadn't moved so we moved along!
We didn't end up watching the Glockenspiel show as it apparent goes for ever and you can't see much from the ground. The building is magnificent though and very pretty!
I feel we had sufficient time in Munich but in hindsight I think I would have preferred to go to Berlin instead, oh well that can be for the next Europe trip!
... and out in the morning. We wake up and get our bags together and check out to get a train to the main station. As we bought a box the previous day and filled it with stuff to send home, we go straight to the post office which is across the road from the main station (after a lot of asking people for directions). When we get to the post office we are both hot and grumpy. We line up and the man that serves us is horrible. I'm ready to cry by this point and we are both so keen to ...