Hotel Nassauer Hof
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... We travelled along the autobahn where trucks and buses have a 100km speed limit but cars have none although it's a bit of an unwritten rule that 200km is the limit for cars. We did see a few whizzzzz past a few times. Forgot to mention yesterday that in Belgium you're charged 50 cents to use the toilets which had everyone saving their coins for the next stop. Today in Germany we found they ...
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Kerry wanted a taste of Switzerland, Germany, Austria and that is all is he truly getting. We are now in Heidelberg after having come up through the black forest. There was a lot of hype about the highest waterfall in Germany and many people were there to see it. I think we may have been too spoilt because after walking down a very steep track Kerry's comment was there was more water when he flushed the toilet. That may have been a little harsh but we were both ...
... NO cars coming. It's bad form here, and actually, per Charlotte, considered a form of child abuse, as it's teaching young children to break rules, something the Germans eschew.
We're enjoying meeting so many people from different parts of the USA and other countries on this longboat - and our program director, Nick, dresses up like Elvis and Elton John and sings his heart out (he used to be a stage actor and has a terrific voice, and wicked sense of humor.)
Wish y'all were here!!
... called a cartophile, although I think that is more of an unofficial term. One of the reasons I chose to write a travel blog is so that I can look back and exactly see where I was when I wrote my entry.
There was a very funny episode of the West Wing on this very topic. Germany isn't where you think it is!