Hotel Neun 3/4
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... on the way. When Marc and I asked whose going they said the both of them, Annalise and maybe some of their school friends. When we asked about us they mentioned they want to give us a break and told us to go on your second honeymoon! Yes- we would love to go on our second honeymoon- and be very happy to see our kids one day travelling together!
After a traditional German lunch of wiener schnitzel, we visited Lydia's house again. The boys ...
When we woke up we enjoyed a traditional German breakfast of breads, cold meats, cheeses, fruits, vegetables and different spreads (including lots of nutella) at the hotel. It was delicious and refreshing to be eating vegetables and meat for breakfast. Then we went exploring a bit at the local shopping centre..... it is interesting just looking at the different products on the shelf. The one thing about Germany that we have noticed is that most things are cheap compared to Oz ...
So it begins..... kids have been super excited for days- jumping up and down, crossing out the last few days of their calender and saying 'I can't believe we are finally going on our world tour!' Yes this moment has been a few years coming and feels very surreal that it is finally here.
We got a nice surprise at Melbourne airport getting into QANTAS club. Kids enjoyed the snacks and magazines. We boarded our first flight and were off at 23:55 to ...
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08:50 Meet in hotel lobby
09:00 Depart from Novotel
09:30 Continue EuroBlech visit at your own leisure
evening Leisure or farewell dinner with Headland
... was out with the boys. Eckard had been lined up to prepare a raclette dinner, much to the delight of young Leo. Traditionally a meal that is served with time to spare, as its a long meal, the emphasis being equally on eating and sharing time with friends and family. Our raclette dinner was no exception. Everyone tucked in, everyone talked.
Goodbyes to one and all, with promises of visits to Sydney.......sometime.