Park Plaza Trier
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... beer. The town is beautiful beyond description with flowers every
where, magnificent roses, unique homes and shops. Mom and I ate Bratwurst, ice cream, and finally walked back to our boat.
We we leave port in one hour, go back onto the Rhine and get ready to visit LUXEMBURG
tomorrow. Tonight we view the movie THE BATTLE OF THE BULGE, which happened in the area we pass through tomorrow.
... the same level of climber. The separate days have mostly blended together in my head at this point, so here is a list of highlights:
-Lead-climbing a 5b route (American equivalent 5.8) after having a near panic-attack between two bolts near the top
-Successfully entering a gorgeous climbing shop in Luxembourg city without spending any money
-Teaching Charlotte (a French native who recently moved to Amsterdam) what being ...
... we expected, exactly--we each got two loooong skinny hot dogs, 11 inches in length, and a heap o' fries. And mustard. We were leery, but as Karen said, they had the flavor of the hot dogs of childhood, when the town butcher made his own hot dogs. There was interesting flavor! We headed "home" to the Home, and did manage to get onto Wifi, one device at a time. Tomorrow we'll explore more. And try the treats--German baked goods are a favorite, since they are usually not too ...
... using B-17s to destroy a rail center and supply depot. He said the sky was black with bombers and the sound of their engines was deafening. The vibrations caused by the engines caused walls to tremble and vacillate even before the bombs began falling. Many bombs went astray, and fell on the city, destroying houses and killing civilians. He and his family were down in their basement during this raid, when they heard a massive explosion that shook the ground. When ...
... audiobook wherever we have travelled, so the trip passed uneventfully. It was cold (3 degrees) and raining lightly - we keep thinking snow, but it's not likely. (Changing the topic slightly, Steven's cousin Danny has sent us photos of the Christmas snow at Cari - more than 1m of snowfall!!!!) We parked in the same place at the Porta Nigra, but this time, we bought tickets and went into the Porta. It is incredible. 2000 years old, built without cement between the enormous blocks ...