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Travel Blogs from Olbernhau
... the new camera Annabel bought and taking panoramic shots of mountains and and macro shots of flowers. They saw the boys cycling up to Sella and took some pass pics before having a coffee. Then they decided to go down the mountain and look at the shops. The goal was to travel down to a city at the bottom and the boys would ride down. They got to Worlkenstein where the boys were dropped off and the shops were shut for lunch. It was becoming quite overcast ...
After being crowned with the title of being last down for breakfast (not for the last time I'm sure) we then proceeded to enjoy the last few moments of the hotel pool table, before frantically throwing the scattered clothing and other miscellaneous items scattered around the room over the course of the last few days in our suitcases, to gather downstairs ready to depart for Dresden. The ...
Tiplitce Rocks, 13th.
Wow, and I mean fraking wow. The Teplitce Rocks and the National Park they reside in is one of my top five most amazing places to have ever seen and hiked.
We did a walk today called the Rock Labyrinth Loop and it took us up through forests of gold & blood red deciduous trees and paths carpeted with their fallen leaves, dispersed with the lush green of pines. We reached rock formations and caves the likes of which I don't think ...
... to him I don't have much of a choice. The other girl goes and now it is just me and my two guys in the plane left to go. We move to the side of the plane and I am sticking my feet out the plane. I'm freaking now. I tuck my feet back under the plane, holding into my harness and have my head back as instructed. Then bam we are out of the plane and falling. Amazing! We are free falling for 45-60 seconds. It feels so cool. Still a ...
... be when we
noticed this protrusion developing on the right side of my sternum. It
was a scary idea at first, but then it was kind of an insidejoke, like a
nickname for my oddity. But Ted's not a tumor. Tumors can be taken
out. There are surgeries for tumors. Maybe they don't always work, but
at least there is some sort of answer... But Ted's not a tumor. We don't
know what Ted is, and that's almost more scary.
But I could ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet