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- Multilingual staff
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... Dessert is chocolate pudding.
Wiesbaden - 5pm to 6pm
We went to the thermal water which is 66 C of hot water. It's too hot for drinking and there is sulphur deposit on the fountain.
Kurhaus and Bowling Green. The Kurpark is pretty.
State theatre - baroque style, looks like Italian stuff.
We used the WC at McDonald's, then at the State Theatre where a young usher brought us in. We visited the ...
... favourite towns so far. We ate ice-cream (which only cost 1 Euro for a single scoop cone (which Chris made me order myself in german - eine kegel malaga (rum and raison)) and took some photos of the Alte Lahnbruecke (a bridge over the Lahn river). When we got home from Wetzlar we smoked vanilla cigars and drank a bottle of wine (MIA).
28th August - I watched Chris play footy where I met a random german chick, Jennifer, who was dating one of the players from the other team. ...
... not entirely straight away but we saw parts of Praha we would've missed if we'd went straight there haha. Settled into the hotel and then headed off into town after buying travel tickets from the very helpful young man on the reception desk. The trip on the underground was about 15 minutes into the centre of town. Town was certainly buzzing. Had a beaut meal in the square where there was entertainment happening. The meal was lovely. We ...
9th August - Chris and I woke up around 10am, had breakfast and watched a few episodes of Bob's Burgers. In the afternoon we drove to Heuchelheim, a village near Chris' hometown, where he had a football match (which was an away game). I went for a walk to a lake (where people were wake-boarding)/around town whilst Chris had a meeting with his teammates/coach. I watched him play for a few hours (they ended up tying, which everyone was disappointed about) then we ate ...
... and apple trees. Everything looks completely different to Australia. The houses are all two or three story buildings painted in light colours, built really close together. The roads seem really narrow and (of course) everyone drives on the wrong side of the road. I met Chris' brother, which was a little awkward because he doesn't speak much english. I didn't get a chance to meet his parents though because they were away in Mannheim. His Dad got transferred to Mannheim with the company ...