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- Free parking
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... is not my first choice of hobbies I would have picked for you.
Q: Even though I had already gone traveling before with friends, what were your main worries this time around?
Mom: This was the first time you would be traveling alone and that certainly worried me. Would you be lonely without a buddy? If something happened you wouldn’t have someone with you to figure things out. I also worried about if ...
... 4 days – Paris / France
See you later Europe…Hello Southeast Asia!
Europe was the perfect spot to start my backpacking adventure and I would highly recommend it to anyone on their first backpacking trip. If you’re from a westernized country you’ll find Europe to be an easy travel destination. Public transportation, food, accommodation are some of the ...
... of wine was had. Jan and ben then went to scout the area for tail, and at 6am, he stumbled home.
Needless to say, sunday started slow.
At about midday, we headed over to jans dads, and were treated to our second breakfast, shortly followed by a massive dinner at an all you can eat Chinese restaurant. It was ...
... mountain bike tours and hikes and building tree-houses with the boys.
Good to be back.
We went directly to one of the best Döner places my big brother showed last time I was in Saarbrücken and had our envisioned Kebap.
A hot bath and an awesome dinner (Gulasch and "Serviettenknödel", 100% homemade by my mom's flatmate) restored dignity and energy reserves. A bit of beer and wine for the pains and aches and everything is ...
... s available everywhere here, several varieties of salami, and cheese. Really.... the bread and cheese you can buy in the smallest store (and even some gas station mini-marts) in Europe are just SO much better than anything we get in the US except for a very few high-end places.
You only have to read the village names as you drive through the area to see the region's importance to both France and Germany - just from the names it's not apparent which country you are in!