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... centre. There we got some soccer cards for the kids ad they rode these toy ponies which are propelled by movement- they had a ball. Then the conversation begun between our boys of them planning on saving money when they get to high school to go on 'World Tour part 2' together when they are in uni..... the main aim to come back to the Schloss in Braunschweig and get some more soccer cards! They could not decide whether to go past Doha or ...
... you can imagine with all these German made cars- they drive so so fast!). Wolfsburg is a city with the biggest car production plant in the world in it (VW) which pretty much takes up the whole city! We went through the museum and the kids played in the very cool, modern playground. They then got their VW driver's license after learning driving instructions (they translated into English for them) and then had to drive the VW electric cars on the mini roads there. The ...
... 5 carry on rollers, 2 back packs and 2 smaller bags). But we have a system and it works mostly.
After picking up our hire car we tried to find out hotel..... in a European car (VW of course), driving on the wrong side of the road with everyone tired- not easy! And on top of that roadworks outside the hotel which meant we had to try and find the car park through other roads- a journey that should have taken 10 minutes took for than half an ...
08:15 Meet in hotel lobby
08:20 Depart from Novotel
09:15 Welcome at EuroBlech
09:45 Tour TRUMPF EuroBlech stand
13:15 Visit EuroBlech at your own leisure
17:00 Transfer to hotels
18:15 Drive to dinner from Novotel
19:00 Dinner at Landhaus Artischocke ...
... was out with the boys. Eckard had been lined up to prepare a raclette dinner, much to the delight of young Leo. Traditionally a meal that is served with time to spare, as its a long meal, the emphasis being equally on eating and sharing time with friends and family. Our raclette dinner was no exception. Everyone tucked in, everyone talked.
Goodbyes to one and all, with promises of visits to Sydney.......sometime.