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... home then returned home at about 6 or 7pm. Thanks charly for the beautiful day! I should say days!!
Paul and I then cooked dinner, potatoes and spinach, green beans, tortilini with pesto, chicken nuggets for Paul and garlic bread. We then chatted a little more and went to bed about 11pm.
Paul and I then watched the castle which we legally downloaded on the iPad and slept through the night.
Another great day in ...
... road. The rain was still pelting, so when there was a bit of a break we decided to go for a walk into town. The town itself was very quiet, but we put that down to the weather, otherwise it would be really nice, with a very big square making up the centre of the old ...
Rained all day but wandered around old city constructed abutting a huge cliff into which has been dug the massive car park. The beautiful quadrangles spoilt by stalls being erected for impending market? Introduced to Salzburger Nockerl, beaten egg whites/meringue over hot ...
Break journey by stopover en route. Exciting start driving Elise car, manual car following Geo at 130-150kph in Belgium. A little slower in France but adapted readily to driving RHS but forget the clutch at times, especially at toll gates. CC is old hilltop village, interesting renovation of very old house. Dinner provided by "mein ...
... saw a kid with hearing aids and REALLY wanted to sign to him, but then I realized that, even though the German and American sign language alphabets are the same (so I’ve been told (of course vowels with umlauts and markings are different, but I was shown how to do umlauts)), I would still have to speak German.
The second train I got on was, I think over 4 hours, so… yeah… I did get a ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking