Hotel Zur Alten Brucke
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After an excursion in Pfortzeim yesterday to do some shopping and to check out the bike path, we found our way back to the city. It had been totally flattened during the war and was rebuilt. Only a few old buildings remain on the outskirts. We started off heading along the wrong river so, when we discovered our mistake, we headed off on a road route given to Lilli by a man from whom she had ...
... 200m above sea level. But it soon became apparent, what was meant because it was a tiny trail only the width of one person on a very steep slope with a big drop off on the other side. There were markers every 200m saying which way it was to the next Rettungspunkt or rescue point, which makes me wonder that something terrible really must have happened here for them to go to such an effort. Or then again the ...
... just taking it in stride. Cultural differences. After we booked our ticket this morning we locked up our luggage in a locker and tried to fill the next seven hours. We had discussed some possibilities and decided against all of them. Since the train station is right by the river and within spitting distance of the Tiergarten we walked over there, nosed around a little, took a turn around the former "Kongress Halle", (a building, affectionately called the pregnant oyster, that the ...
Our time on this fabulous trip is coming to an end and the days are just flying by this especially becomes more obvious when you spend most of your days on the bus as we have for most of this day.
We left Lucerne early morning on our way to Germany. The scenery has changed from beautiful mountainous Switzerland to more rolling hills but not so green Germany. German houses are beautiful, adorned with lots ...
... der Betriebwirtschaftslehre", basically a dictionary of economic definitions. It is enough to put you to sleep!
As far as I can remember I have always had library cards. In Unley I got my first library card so that I could borrow books, CDs and they even had a board games section. I remember reading books like The Guns of Navarone and Ice Station Zebra by Alistair MacLean and Sphere by Michael Crichton. I even got ...