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... train, we started looking for someplace fun to eat near Marienplatz. We saw human statues and people playing various kinds of street music...it was very festive and pleasant....and we were so surprised to see that Marienplatz was nowhere near as crowded as it was yesterday....in fact, I was glad that we headed over there today so that we wouldn't be left with the lousy memory of the crowd we had seen there yesterday! Plus, as we passed in front of the Glockenspiel, I ...
... After climbing to nearly the top of the tree, the
tapper empties a plastic gas can that he has rigged to the tree to hold the
liquid coming out of a hollow wood tube that he has inserted in precisely the
correct spot. He fills a plastic bottle with the palm wine, then reattaches the
can to the tube to receive the next batch.
Tapping palm trees for pal wine usually eventually kills the
tree. That seemed to not be a big deal in villages far upcountry, which ...
... have internet after almost several days, but it was being really slow and spotty. I tried booking a tour through Triposo for the concentration camp, Dachau, but gave up in frustration. We decided to just do the Sandesman tour which did not require reserved tickets for in advance. Scott and I ended our night with an episode of entourage.
The next morning we had breakfast at the hostel and made a sandwich for later as well. We walked to ...
We left Salzburg in the morning and arrived at about 12pm. Meliss met one of her sister's friends, Britta when she went to London. Britta met us at the train station and took us around for the day. Before doing anything we went to her apartment to put our bags down and to meet her dog Johnny. He was so cute! We went to the English garden ...
... br> Hey, wait! We’re in Germany, so I’ll continue this blog with our first week in Germany.
For our first weekend in southern Germany, we were visiting a dear friend (Sabine) and spending a couple of days with her. Sabine has the pleasure of initiating us into the wonders (gastronomic and otherwise) of the traditions of the German Christmas Markets. Our first markets were the markets at Esslingen, which are quite a large market and run every ...