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... heading that way when we heard music. It turned out to be a small group of musicians & singers, obviously practising for something, and we stood for a while and enjoyed their excellent music. We then climbed the tower, hard work but worth it for the spectacular views of the surrounding countryside, including more rocks, the village of Oybin and even power stations in Poland!
... about England and took time out to correct my pronunciation of some German words – thank you! Their elder daughter and her boyfriend also arrived so lots more talking was done – I know it sounds awful, but its such a relief when people can speak English, and these two were extremely good at it – Anna will be a great English teacher when she finishes university.
The family house is beautiful, some parts ...
... by the time got back inside brrrrrrrrr. After the game we all walked into town which was about 1 km down the hill. The guys decided to go the slippery dangerous way. Charly and I thought otherwise. We were soon joined by Hubert. What a nice guy! Dinner in town was ok, not as good as last nights! But we were all in good spirits. Marc for some reason decided to wear the broken snow boots down, doing a repeat of me and covering the floor in black rubber. I think this ...
... to myself. Ah we finished our meal I looked down again and there was more and more dirt. I showed marc and as soon as I did I realised that it wasn't dirt that was surrounding my boots, it was the boots themselves! For the entire dinner I had been dancing my feet on the table legs and the ground, completely unaware that I had been doing so and grinding the rubber grip things off the bottom of Marc's boots. Oh dear. The floor was covered and most of Marc's ...
... myself go to Wooster) started the day off by spending a little time czeching (so many of these jokes all trip) out the markets near the old town square. We also got some yummy toffee/cinnamon roll things and watched the Astronomical clock do its thing on the hour. The clock was gorgeous but the entirety of the show was pretty much just a skeleton ringing a bell and some saints peeking out of windows. We wandered around the shops and found a lot of toy shops with marionettes. ...