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We had a great little sleep in this morning which left us rushing to get ready and scoffing down breakfast as we had planned to go on a walking tour of Hitler and the third Reich to continue with the World War two theme of things. We met the tour guide and group at the new town hall, a fabulous old building in the main square one of few that had not been destroyed by bombs during the WW2 period. This was a very intriguing tour but felt a lot like a history lesson, but not as fun as ...
... with a few small stumbles and Raelene zoomed up with some unwanted assistance from the workers. Once up the conveyor you climb some stairs and then slide down a steep wooden slide on an old doormat, great fun!
Raelene then persuaded me to go on a ride called high energy…im happy to bungy jump but I hate show rides…with this particular one you sit in a chair connected to an arm that rotates independently, which is then joined to 5 other arms at the end ...
... was in another terminal. It turned out that right after I gave my checked bag up, there is the first of many security checkpoints that I had to go though, and that was where we had to say goodbye. Saying goodbye to Eva was the worst day of my life. I couldn't believe how much I loved her after only knowing her for three months. We kept saying that it was only a "see you later," but I couldn't help thinking that it very well could be goodbye forever.
... was a cane with a bell and flask of whiskey in it, good for a laugh. So far our champagne is the only thing that we have found that we (or I) really wanted.
After tasting some local apricots, we made the long hike to the beer garden. We saw a lot of neat buildings along the way like an old opera house and plenty of more old churches. We did walk down a small side street to get some stamps at the post office and happened to walk by a cute ...
... car zone" as it was a pedestrian mall type area. He made a quick emergency u-turn and drove up onto the sidewalk area in front of a parked vehicle that was probably a delivery vehicle and stopped and told everyone to get out and take pictures of the Rathaus and he would stay with the car. John W., Christie and Steph got out and dispersed. Steph was looking for a stein for Boomer, Christie looking for a hatpin for her German hat, John taking pictures. We had been looking for ...
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