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... the village, since there wasn't much to do here if your under 60, and ate dinner before heading to bed.
The next day we had a delicious breakfast and then drove another 2 hours to Regensburg, Germany. This little German village is known for being one of the few places that was not destroyed during the wars. This means that it still has the old charm. It also sits on the Danube River, the ...
Today's tour was the German village experience - a choice of an activity from a dozen different venues - followed by a lunch for all the groups of locally prepared food, homemade apple strudel, local wine and beer in a large cellar. Ray's choice was the sampling of the Schnapps at a local distillery in Miltenberg, one of the prettiest and best- preserved medieval towns on the River Main. The village experience started with a tour of ...
... and there was a massive thunder storm. Ger had to pull over in a parking stop in order for the storm to pass over. The rain was so bad that he had to drive up onto the footpath next to the toilet door so that Mick could get out!!! After a nice ...
... again. We discussed that evening of our personal positions
never to tolerate or accept racism that could lead to such hatred and violence
of any scale.
The museum was located within a coliseum-like
building which was only a small part of the party rally-grounds, developed to
support over 1 million people who would be involved in each rally. After the
museum we drove across to the near ruined Zepplenfield, ...
... a couple more times and we have been to visit him in Amberg. He lets us use his apartment, helps with whatever we need, we travel to Prague together.
Dieter has a long-time friend who travels with us. She doesn’t speak much English but I do love her and wish we could speak together. She gave me her clothes when my bag didn’t arrive right away once. She always makes sure we ...