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I helped out at the reception from 4 to 7pm, and then ate dinner. My roommate, Gabi, and I were going to do taco night today, but Gabi had to cover for another receptionist and so it got postponed. Gabi is from Spain and has never had tacos. I asked him how that was possible, and he said he's not Mexican. Haha what!? Everyone loves tacos!!
Some girls I was out with yesterday wanted to check out Södermalm, this hip young place south of here. But by ...
... or so. The castle sits high on the hill overlooking theplains below and onto the Harz mountains. When we returned from the castle we sat at a bar in the square to have a drink and sitting near us were 4 English speaking people, the first English we had heard in Quedlinburg. We started chatting and they were bikers who had come from the Harz mountains where one of them lived. He moved there some 15 years ago and bought a run down hotel which he and his wife ...
... movies. We chatted for a while longer and made arrangements to have dinner together then tootled off to have a wee rest and then get ready.
We met Lloyd and Janine outside the restaurant and once again said we were all happy to share. We had a couple from Yorkshire join us who seemed to be much older than us but from the conversation we decided they actually weren’t – just seemed that way and they annoyed the hell out ...
... impossible aims of the king), then ignored the sea tests which showed it was unstable. First voyage, straight to the bottom. Because of it's weight they were unable to salvage it even though it only sunk in 30m of water, so it waited until 1960. It is the only preserved wooden warship of its kind in the world.
The second highlight was the ABBA museum. Sounds lame, but it was heaps of fun. There are lots of interesting items ...
... simultaneously torturous and hilarious, with descriptions such as “there was a fortress on top of that hill but then it exploded.” Luckily the views were a lot easier on the senses.
After saying our goodbyes to some members of our tour who were leaving, (the tour we are on has a number of smaller tours within it) we headed over to a church garden for ...