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... and climbed the 750 steps to the top. This is the highest church tower in the world. We spent about an hour there then off to see the Town Hall (Rathaus) and the new town middle (in the old town) then a walk along the Danube (Donau River). It started to rain. Next to the Fischer Viertel (Quarter) where we saw the ...
... Evan and I went into the new LEGO sea life aquarium, Andrea was too scared to join us. This then lead on to a shop selling the new set of underwater LEGO that Evan has now bought with his own money.
We then went on a few more rides and into the Police station maze that leads onto a build zone. Here you can build anything you wanted, even on the walls. We built some vehicles and placed them on a test track to race with two other entrants, Evan used so many pieces it ...
... then we had cups of tea and showers before wandering to the Pizzeria on site. Run by an old Italian and his (?) daughter, it was a fab little place. Genuine article, he spoke only in Italian. Most campers were there and there was a real buzz about the place. So we drank some waters and ate some stale bread, sat in silence looking very glum and then took Prego for a quick sunset stroll then headed to bed..... (Not really! The sunset stroll bit's ...
... for the service in Westminster Abbey that she had arranged before leaving home. So off we set on what had started out as a drizzly wet morning but by the time we left the hostel the rain had ceased. We took a bus ride to Oxford Street, walked down Regent Street through Piccadilly Circus and on to St James Park where we parted company. David and I watched some events in Horse Guards Parade while L headed off to the Abbey. I didn’t go with ...
... Rhubarb strudel. So today, we had a second chance to find our way on the Danube path, which we did successfully for 65 miles to reach Ulm, birthplace of Albert Einstein and home to the tallest church steeple in the world. We have a rest day and a chance to explore the town. FROM THE LAND DOWN UNDER So we have 3 people in our group from the Southern Hemisphere. Cat (short for Catherina) is one of our tour organizers. She makes her ...
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