Ibis Augsburg Hauptbahnhof
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... maize, vast lush paddocks, a black cat stealthily moving through the grass and blue-green pine forests. Wood piles perfectly stacked high and long ready for winter, thousands of solar panels facing the sun and a large calm lake where a lone man swims not far offshore. A farmer with a sense of humour living along the train line has erected a small replica HOLLYWOOD sign on a small hill facing the train and the slight rocking motion of the ...
Turamichele is a local tradition celebrated every year around the day of Saint Michael. It just so happened to fall on the weekend that we were in town. (Last weekend of September)
Every hour as the clock strikes a mechanical St Michael will appear from a window stabbing the devil, according to the hour eg at midday It was twelve times. The square is full of children holding balloons and at every chime they all count ...
... Their was all sorts of amazing food at the party, from chicken in chocolate and wine sauce, to Mexican black beans, potatoes, corn, salads, meatball soups, polenta and the list goes on. We were all very impressed, and everyone was so friendly and lively. A really really great atmosphere!
We arrived back at home just before 11pm I think and fell asleep.
The next morning we were invited to Charlys sister Grascillas house warming party. She had moved in with her ...
... on the gate in the wall around the city,.. she saw that the gate was open. It should have been secured t protect the
city. The pig was seen as the protector
of the city from that time on. Good
story,... particularly the part about the wife going out,.. in the dead of
night,.. to get her husband another jug of beer!! Very touching, don’t you agree? Coll’s
comment,... “In your dreams, Gazza,.. in your dreams!”
I wish there was a way to describe the effects of Dachau, to put into words the bodily reaction to this overwhelming experience. I've thought all day, and I really can't come up with anything.
The day started as usual, waking up at 4 something, realising I fell asleep with my computer on and now it was dead... Went back to sleep and woke up at 6 whatever and just layed in bed telling myself I should plug my computer in while also thinking "what does one ...