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... railway junction was the target of the allies attack. The Americans took over the bridge but ultimately it collapsed and killed 28 Americans. Later, we go to the famous Grand Hotel Steigenberger for lunch. The Germans compare it to Camp David, because many dignitaries such as President Bill Clinton have come for meetings here. After lunch, we ride our tour bus to Bonn where our ship has already cruised there to meet us. Here, we meet in the afternoon for a tour of ...
... Then we went to, strangely, one of the best parties I have ever had the pleasure of being invited to.
It started on the streets, a group of maybe 30 of their close friends and neighbours plus the kids - SO cute, all dressed up as witches and skeletons and princesses. We perused the streets of Sindorf, trick-or-treating, sharing beers, eating the children's candy. Then we retired to one of the neighbours' houses for food, wine, and more wine. And ...
... markets and a windmill in which a family live. They must like all the tourists who stop by to take photos. Then after dinner ventured into Amsterdam to see the "night life" along with a lot of other people, Saturday night you couldn't move. Wall to wall people. Sunday Now safely in Paris until Wednesday when we head to Singapore. Blog is not working for me can't add any more ...
... only allowing a 2 - 3 international students which makes it a little difficult to get into classes but most have worked out ok :) The classes that I have chosen include: German sports culture, German history & politics, weightlifting, cycling, exercise physiology and a few more that I can't remember haha. The university has an indoor and outdoor track and field facility, gymnastics halls, swimming halls, Olympic centre for ...
... having paused in sweeping debris that lies on the flagstones. A boy stands nearby, blue cap, brown socks, white pants. Their curtains are blue and their door red. This is the vividness of a life long passed, one that is inconceivable in dull black-and-white or sepia pictures. The exhibit shifts from Europe to Asia, India and Africa. The blue-and-white faience tiles of a Tunis alley contrast with the green and blue chemises of two girls, and the redness of a ...