Hotel Pension Riehle
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in the Rugby in a coal cellar come pub with some North London lads (and lasses), it was great to have a few hours of talking ****! A few days here was not enough.
Over the border to Prague - very bohemian and grand architecture, tiny little streets and beautiful park lands that oversee the city with the trees in full Autumn glory. We enjoyed 3 days in the old town and ate too much (again) and sampled far too much of ...
... are yummy… especially if they grow in the back yard… so whenever we wanted some grapes… Paul went out to pick them.
Coffee with Aunt Anneliese & Margret
Ok we didn’t had time to visit everyone… but then you never know so we went and visited Aunt Anneliese for cake and ...
... local authority finances.
... And therefore is the oldest church in Schwaebisch Gmuend – how old it is no-one knows: they guess that it was built around 1210 on the foundation of an older church. We had a quick glimpse inside to see some of the baroque paintings. But way more interesting are all the figures: animals, figures and ornaments on the outside of the ...
... We were like, "Okay, so it's that kind of day, huh?" Totally a side note, but it's also funny to me how people here can just walk around out in public and drink, even on the train! I guess that's the beauty of public transit since you don't have to drive yourself? Anyways, back to my story. So we caught the train there, and it was neat how with each stop on the train, more and more people in lederhosen and dirndls got on. It's so neat to me that people actually dress ...