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... slide up a muddy hill-in-construction. It didn't work.
All I heard was "Mayday! Mayday! I'm going down!" And a little crashing sound behind me. Before helping, I took a picture. Crashes have to be documented.
In total, we rode approximately 70 km, not in a straight line, but a beautiful one. We found a sleeping spot near the chapel Oranna, had a dinner of pasta aglio-olio and a long night to ...
So. We've finally reached our sort of halfway point in the tour. Saarbrücken. This is the city where Jan grew up, and so we thankfully could stay with his mom and dads.
We were warmly recieve by Meike, and aftera well deserved roti, headed to her place for a giant glass of rose. Good food and sleep followed, and the ...
... girls whip up a good scraps dinner then some of M-L's prized Swiss chocolate with cranberries and a cuppa - no worries here. Early to bed as we are resting up, another night on the water then it will be all go for the last two weeks in Paris and London. Sorry for a boring blog but the water slows everything down, it was also very hot in the low 30's which also has an effect on my finger ...
... area of stained glass windows of any church in the world.
Next stop was the famous Protestant Church on the Moselle River which reminded us of Ilse de Cite in Paris. The houses along the canals and river are similar to those in Venice and Paris.
We then viewed an old Roman Guard House and then walked back to our Hotel.
More of Metz to explore ...
... think pteradacyl)]. After some deliberation, everyone at our table went in for the Mi-cuit dessert (chocolate lava cake).
Our second night started with a Belgian Noel Grimberger beer at O'Carolan's pub. We then met all the delegates at the Garden Ice Cafe for a fixed-menu dinner. When I chose the martini apertif option, I was surprised that it was ONLY Martini vermouth. Who makes a martini without vodka or ...