Hilton Mainz City
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... horrific ones too. There is an English theatre, it's closed at the moment but outside is a cupboard with novels in and on it a sign saying that they are free to take. They are all in English and make an effort to entice others to read and learn our language. Imagine a Polish theatre in London that did that. How would that go down. I see a bus saying Frankfurt ...
... picked something new, the brave littler Auslšnder that he is. It was a sampling of different meats, some weird tomatoey rice concoction. One interesting meat was supposed to be some sort of meatloaf, I don't remember what it's called in German. It was served as a link, like a sausage. I swear, the Germans will turn anything into a sausage. I really applaud their enthusiasm.
This week, Brandon celebrated his 29th birthday. In Germany, birthdays are culturally a big ...
... evening. Hopefully, we didn't miss our only chance this morning...
Eventually we settled on an indoor table at a casual bar/restaurant for a nice dinner, since all of the outdoor seats with umbrellas appeared to be taken. They had good beer and wine, and we enjoyed the usual fare: schnitzel, pork medallions, etc.
A leisurely walk home, then off to bed to prepare for one more day of driving. Tomorrow, the ancient Roman city of ...
... two or more kilometres to go it was decided now was the time to change the spokes. Luckily both broken spokes were on the non-disk brake side of the wheel, meaning they could be changed without having to remove either the wheel or the disk brake.
Whilst Lisa napped under the shade of the tree the spokes were changed. Forty minutes later, we were on our way.
It was 7:00pm as we walked through the front door of the hotel - relieved!
... ride the romantic Rhineland. No reason to spend a lot of time talking about the many interesting towns as many of you have been here but it's a great ride. We are off to the Mosel valley tomorrow and will spend 3 nights in Trier. The weather has been just fine so far. A little rain last night but no rain while riding. The one thing we both are having trouble getting used to is the high level of smokers. Even in the restaurants. I know we will get used to it. Rubber down and Thunder ...