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02.-03.10.2014, Hamburg - Dubai - Ho Chi Minh No i lecimy. Gosia długo nie może zdecydować się, który oglądać film, a ja nie mogę w ogóle zdecydować się co ze sobą zrobić. Człowiek jakiś taki nakręcony jest i trudno usiedzieć w miejscu. Za dużo w głowie biegania na kilka dni przed urlopem (właśnie lecimy nad Wrocławiem). Trochę trzeba było się ogarnąć, kiedy to dzień wylotu pojawił się w ...
... we could use the ticket
today. The driver and tour guide would not have a bar of this, we told them to
ring someone to confirm our argument, they gave us a telephone number to ring.
We responded by saying no, you ring. He did and we got the all clear. Phew,
hard work that, dealing Germans who spoke very little English. Another great
tour on the bus, and really worth fighting for, glad we did! ...
... dotted the skyline. When containers became the norm for transporting goods, a large number of the old wharves became obsolete. One area is being converted into exclusive residential apartments. Another, which had grand storage warehouses has become offices and shops, as residentail conversion was not considered safe due to the very real liklihood of flooding.
After the tour, into the lower side of town and found ourselves in little Portugal. Loads of restaurants and ...
... chestnuts and autumn leaves as part of a harvest celebration.
Didn't need to use the blankets supplied while having dinner at the platz, but it was close.
Our initial plans hadn't included travelling north to the island of Rugen or the town of Luneberg. Thoroughly enjoyed the deviation and would loved to have spent more time in this northern portion of Germany. Thanks indeed to Pat, Eckard, Nadine and Frank!
... fine so far. Tonight I had green salad, perch, green beans with white sauce and pan fried potatoes.
We are now in the former east Germany and some of the towns still seem very austere. Heavy brick buildings with no decoration, town squares without restaurants, few churches and no bells. The border between east and west ran parallel to the Elbe at this point and the old East German guard towers have been left as ...