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... which took away from the feel of the old town. Near the finish line we found a food tent that was selling Bratwurst sausages which hit the spot. We stood and watched the runners going by and realised they were doing laps. It was not clear at what point they were up to - we saw a clock with a timer and it was going up and it was at 25 mins and counting. The crowd were supporting all the runners ...
... the cathedral ceiling. Fill will insulation and then attach the skirt bottom to seal the underneath side of the window. The window gave the house added character and value.
When it came time to sell the house, it was one of the features that were particularly attractive to the buyers.. Lift the bay window on the support braces and slide it into the rough opening. It was 72 X 72 inches.
The materials you will need include the bay window unit, the support brackets, ...
... feet away from the in-state corpses of the Great Leader and Dear Leader among sobbing soldiers.
Argument 4: You’re dealing with robots.
The give: As all guides are graduates from a state-run tourism university and workers for the state-owned Korea International Travel Company (KITC), they are well-instructed in what they can and cannot say, and their nationalistic spiels are clearly scripted.
The take: Guides won’t be shy to share ...
... We've found some good places to eat like the Zeughauskeller which is a huge, atmospheric beer hall. It's set inside a former armoury, which is obvious from all the ancient military stuff that adorns the walls. We're going back there tonight, the final night of our three month trip. We'll most likely opt for a Swiss speciality. Maybe one of their 20 different kinds of sausages. Or a fondu. Just to give the cholesterol a shake up!
We fly out at 10pm tomorrow.
... used our Railpass again to travel to Luzern. The scenery was beautiful.
Hi, it's Bryan. While we were in Europe, Merilee wrote the entries for our travel blog, with some input from me. I'm going back through our blog and editing or adding pictures. I'm also going to try to add some comments to each entry sort of looking back on that day now that we are home. So, the italics in the entries will be new comments from me.