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- Free parking
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... to expect, but as always, I love the unknown. I look forward to being surprised (hopefully, in a positive way). So, I'll be moving to Amsterdam in February and right now I am reaaaally struggling to find a place to live (turns out, A'dam isn't that friendly with this regard). But I'll stay positive, sure something will come up!! I already got a glimpse of the city last summer when ...
... falling (photo). After lunch we took the WW2 tour seeing Hitler's Nazi Party Rally Grounds and Room 600 where trials against Nazi officials convicted of crimes against humanity were conducted. Most of Nuremberg's old city buildings were destroyed by bombs during the war. We finished the tour with Gingerbread and Coffee in a Bier Hall in the city. Ros bought some Christmas tree decorations Ina souvenir shop ...
... We were afforded some incredible views of Bamberg. We walked down from there to find a place for lunch. Once again we made a random choice and it paid off in the form of the cutest, most legit German restaurant we've been to. The tiny restaurant had low ceilings, dark lighting, and the walls were covered in German beer steins and decorations. There were only about six tables in the entire restaurant which meant we got to share ...
... than people! How great is that! Plastic grocery bags seem almost non existent here. Everyone brings their own reusable bags to the store. And, if they don't, they get to pay for a bag. There seems to be a lot of resistance to this concert in certain parts of the U.S., especially where we live in Texas. Reusable bags are sturdier, easier to carry, hurt you hands less, AND don't require us to put millions of pounds of plastic in landfills every year. Win, win, ...
... treats. As we wandered around the stalls, it became obvious that gingerbread was indeed a very important treat, as tables were brimming with biscuits, cakes and of course male and female gingerbread people, which I thought was very politically correct. My indulgence were plump cherries, a rich burgundy colour, the size of small plums and a punnet of what turned out to be very sweet raspberries, the taste of which was a ...