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... painted walls, marble statues, a theater, chapels, throne rooms, bedrooms, and even a toilet throne. The palace was cold and by the end, Annissa were pretty cold and could barely feel our feet. After the tour and a lot of walking, we stopped at another cafe in the square and had a nice crusty bread ham sandwich and some Darjeeling ...
... language you select. There was a dialog between a young girl and her grandfather who told about each of the sites we saw along the trip. The bus stops at 10 different sites to permit you to get off and explore or to stay on and continue the tour. If you get off, you can catch the next bus an hour later. The tickets are good for a 24-hour period of time. We simply wanted to see the various sites around town, so we―like many others―stayed on for the entire time of about 2 ...
... to the top and walk down a spiral staircase. The cars are immaculately presented in chronological order....and with various world events documented along the way.
We finished our tour and had a good lunch and great coffee
We then waited our turn and had a go in a vehicle simulator....very exciting
Final bit of drama for the day related to the car park. We did as instructed and had our ticket validated in the ...
... br> I also have noticed every car brand on every car since I left...which I am getting slightly over.
I know so much about Mercedes Benz and how incredible the car company is and I still knowI will never be able to afford one.
Put it this way....if someone told me to take the newest S Range Mercedes Benz or take the money? I would probably lead towards the $290,000.00.
So I am 8 Euro shorter in my wallet and so much richer in my head.
... even we are both not big party people, this is worth going, to see for one all the people, see some of the large horse drawn Brewery wagons, the huge beer tents… to go in and listen to the oh so German humbaba Music… wow what a turn on. Even better admiring the waitresses and waiters when the carry those large beer mugs ...