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... to expect, but as always, I love the unknown. I look forward to being surprised (hopefully, in a positive way). So, I'll be moving to Amsterdam in February and right now I am reaaaally struggling to find a place to live (turns out, A'dam isn't that friendly with this regard). But I'll stay positive, sure something will come up!! I already got a glimpse of the city last summer when ...
... of snow covered buildings and their history with more snow lightly falling on us for a short time.
It was very cold (-6 degrees).
Had coffees in two cafes to warm up along the way. A highlight was seeing 'Altes Rathaus' (old city hall) suspended above the racing waters of the Regnitz, the intricate murals on the colorful half-timbered houses, the elegant baroque archictecture and the Bamberg Cathedral. The town's beer speciality is Rauchbier - ...
... They lasted a week and attracted nearly 1 million people to Nuremberg from all over Germany.
We finished the tour with gingerbread and coffee in a Bier Hall in the city. The gingerbread (called Elisen Lebkuchen' is famous in Nuremeberg. It is a light, heavily spiced sweet flat biscuit often coated in chocolate.
Ros bought some Christmas tree decorations in a souvenir shop ...
... of our lives. I was brought almost to tears. As mass ended we had the opportunity to go up the middle section of the church where the choir, band and organist were. I posted the video of the organists final song (a small part of it). Absolutely beautiful! We continued to walk around after mass toward two spires we saw in the distance. It was St. Michael's church. Even though we couldn't go inside we were allowed to walk the path around ...
... German window man could fix the doors at the apartment where we were staying. Off to the Hauptbanhof to catch the mighty Inter City Express ICE from Munich to Nurnberg. A bit peeved really because although the doors closed at 950 we didn't start until 0951.
For those with an interest in these kind of things the ICE is the German equivalent of the French TGV and is a fantastic train. You sit there very comfortably thinking "we could do this" and it ...
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