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... to real life.
Anyways, this evening I'm staying with Leslie and the family and we're going to his village Halloween party which should be ace and will hopefully cheer me up! As soon as I get this bloody laundry finished that is.. Bah.
What a way to finish up in Germany..! (For now anyways).
So first and foremost let me tell you. Remember when I climbed St Peter's in Munich? Remember when I nearly threw up after 380 ...
... and Cortney somehow ended up with a bunch of random things including a Kinder egg complete with a little toy inside. Very strange. We played eye spy all the way back to the hostel and then it was time for a nap. We were such tired crazy people after beeping up on the bus all night. Erika and I went out later to find dinner and ended up having to create a picnic from the grocery store (every single restaurant was closed by 8). We were sitting on a bench in ...
... a church, as it was well lit, and it was a rather warm night. We were munching happily on grapes and tuna salad when we heard a sudden noise very close to us. It sounded like something was crashing out of the trees around us! Very surprised, and a little scared, we looked around frantically for the source of the commotion. Chelsea saw it before I did - a large egg splattered near my feet! She exclaimed "We're being egged!" ...
... 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 ...
Breakfast downstairs, then headed for Koln (Cologne), 200 kilometres away.
First stop to look at Kaub Castle in the middle of the river. The castle was built from 1300 onwards. Occupants put chains across the Rhine and charged tolls to those wanting to pass.
Second stop, the Loreley on a promontory on the Rhine, a statue of a young woman whom legend has it used to attract sailors with her singing. The vessels were then plundered.