Hotel Nassauer Hof
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- TV Channel One Russia
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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 ...
... a shot together of the strongest alcohol I have ever tasted! I had a shooter, OMG. Did I really do that? Surprised it didn't knock me out I carried on and didn't stop smiling or having fun all night. These Germans must love us Aussies! They were playing our national songs without us having to request them! A late drive back to the hotel and Kate was out like a light. All up a pretty awesome ...
... before I was awoken by violent turbulence. However, the meds had me disoriented and unable to focus! One hour & one banana later - I'm off the plane! I'm sure the customs representative must think I'm a crackhead...
Vanessa picked me up and we zipped back to Wiesbaden. Her apartment is beautiful!!!! I met the boyfriend - A Brit named Rick ... and I loved him immediately. He made me true English tea ... And now it's off to ...
... somewhere to stay again we jumped on the hotel computer to find a room for the night before we left. The computer was out of Faulty towers. The resolution was blurry and very very very slow. Heading off we drove along the Rhine river not knowing which castle to look at or where we should stop to investigate. We stopped for lunch in a small town called Bingen. Looking very confused at the German menu the staff took pity on us and explained ...