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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... far as Strasbourg with our gears getting worse and worse so when a British woman offered to take us to a bike shop we didn't decline! Half an hour and 7euros later we were on our way with a choice of gears...luxury! We had lunch by the canal and decided we didn't have time to explore cultural sites (simon was thrilled) so carried on our journey, we have yet again slightly underestimated how many miles we have to do so tanked 40 ...
My haircut is finished and I look good. Tommorow we are driving to Paris (the capital city of France) for the wedding. Oscar went on a wave board and he can go 6 metres without touching the walls or anybody helping him. We also had two chances of winning a bike but we ...
... but as one German lady pointed out, "rather McDonalds than the Nazis!" He's been showing the photos to many people, mainly in a quest for identification and they have all been so interested to see them, even the ones of the bombed out streets. Understandably there don't seem to be many photos or records of that time around. We're staying in a great little hotel, very much the old Bavarian architecture and atmosphere, but not at all heavy and dark. We ...
Yes, ladies and gentlemen (or whoever's reading this), tonight was our first official European concert! Today was packed once again. Immediately after breakfast, we boarded the buses and set out. We arrived at the Struthof Concentration Camp about an hour and a half later. After a brief tour, all of the kids gathered at the bottom of the camp, and the choir members sang 'And God Shall Wipe Away All Tears'. That song will never be the same for any of ...
... from the mountains surrounding the town then it goes into the river. We walked down the main streets, admiring the beautiful old buildings. It is incredible to think that in November 1944 the allies bombed Freiburg flat! The only structure left untouched was the beautiful red stone Munster / cathedral. We went in quickly but they were about to start masa do it was very dark inside. We walked around the cathedral outside, I ...