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Long day of travelling today. Set off around 10. Travelled thru Belgium & the Netherlands before arriving in Germany. Only 3 stops required ('mum I need a wee, dad I need a poo, We're HUNGRY!!'). Went out for tea at the campsite across the roads' restaurant and got soaked in a thunder storm. Looking forward to a busy day at Playmobile land tomorrow. Fingers crossed for better weather ☀ ...
... lives, past the English theatre and past the Deutsche Bank twin towers. We discovered a cool reflection pool near a sculpture called Kontinuitšt (continuity) and Steffie took some awesome photos!
On the way back to Heidelberg, Steffie stopped to do some shopping at the massive Loop 5 complex and ended up buying 50 Euros of baking supplies. She ended up ordering Chinese delivery and watching Supernatural with Paula for 5 hours, so it turned out to be a great day!
... up and smiled again and said with a soft voice.:I can see you have been to Vietnam many times, (she had been looking through my passport)we have some spare seats and you may as well use one of them, it makes no difference to us.
Great- it made a big difference to me.
Frankfurt is close to the Rhine river which runs from Switzerland all the way to Holland, so ...
... who gave me a general gist of the museum that has only encouraged me to come back, and make it a priority to check it out next time in New York.
A few highlights of my trip was an afternoon where I caught up with my gorgeous friend Zoe. Zoe and I both trained and graduated from International flying school back in 2009, and often hit the skies together flying to places like LA, Africa and the Middle East.
Zoe now lives in New York, and it was a ...
... this either with many tour groups being turned away. We found out later in the day that even the local Czech's did not know anything about it, and speculation is that it was a meeting of some European presidents. So, with time on our hands we continued walking down the hill and decided on visiting the Communism Museum. This might seem a strange choice, but after the walking tour for the other day we were both interested in how ...