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... painted walls, marble statues, a theater, chapels, throne rooms, bedrooms, and even a toilet throne. The palace was cold and by the end, Annissa were pretty cold and could barely feel our feet. After the tour and a lot of walking, we stopped at another cafe in the square and had a nice crusty bread ham sandwich and some Darjeeling ...
... an outdoor barbecue at a park in the town next door. Everyone brought desserts and a side dish to share and we had cheeseburgers. We were laughing at how "American" we looked with our 10 fold up chairs, while the Germans brought their big beer tables. I had a lovely time playing with Evie on the zip line swings and going down the BIG slide! After dinner Clémentine and I went for a walk around the park and up through the ...
... Later on we also saw that in most of the station service eating places they had microwaves for free use. Pretty nice!
There was a small hill right next to the gas station and it had some trees on top of it. We went to check it out and it was a perfect place for us to stay for the night - so close and yet totally hidden. Tomorrow we will head towards Bordeaux.
The second night of the trip we slept on top of a hill.
See our route for Day 2 on the ...
... Jonathan, our male companions, carry them home. I swear that if I could buy beer that cheaply in NY, I'd never go to a bar again.
Back at the dorm, we invited all of Kara's friends who were on campus to come to her dorm for a party. We started off the party with several games of Beer Pong, a game they were unfamiliar with but eager to learn. Afterwards we played *******, then more beer pong, then more *******. Somehow it was 6am before we went to sleep. Good times.
... the character of the house I saw in the old pictures. Tante Lydia also took me to the cemetery where my great-grandparents and my great-uncle (Opa and Tante Lydia's younger brother) were buried. They don't rest here these days-in Germany, burial space is limited and at a premium, so plots are rented out for 20 years and after that, the bodies are interred. Stuttgart for me was a culinary extravaganza. All the ...