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So. We've finally reached our sort of halfway point in the tour. Saarbrücken. This is the city where Jan grew up, and so we thankfully could stay with his mom and dads.
We were warmly recieve by Meike, and aftera well deserved roti, headed to her place for a giant glass of rose. Good food and sleep followed, and the ...
Man, we were so tired today that we could barely drag ourselves out of bed. In fact I don't think we got up until about 11.00am. Lyndon and I did manage to leave the house to buy food but that was all. Being such a lazy day we even had time to go through all 300 TV stations to double check for English shows and what ...
The day we have all been waiting for, Europa Park!! We wanted to make the most of the day which meant dragging ourselves out of bed at 6.30am – what a shock to the system that was (I'm not sure how I will ever go back to work!) We managed to get away not too long after our planned time of 7.45am though so we were pretty happy with our efforts, especially when we saw the traffic that we had to contend with.
When we arrived the first thing we saw was a ...
Out and about just in time to find a restaurant for lunch, so we scanned Petty to see what restaurants in the area seemed to have an Italian feel about them. The first place we tried was a little pizzeria not too far away so we swung around to head for it. We all got out of the car but without any discussion we all unanimously agreed just by the looks on our faces when we saw the venue that we would try the next place. So back to Petty and off to the next ...
... on the opposite river bank. I would love to have taken a tour of it. It was interesting to note that in its shadow, on the riverbank was a collection of small tents of what I assume was a homeless encampment. Quite a contrast and a good metaphor for the troubles of the European Union!
We also saw lots of storks perching on roofs as we left town and later saw many in a field, on church roofs and a hilarious ...