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... way but mostly by the road. This wasn't a problem as there were not many cars around. The river is from a large lake formed by a hydro dam that supplies the majority of the countries water. We wandered into the Outdoor Art Gallery at Lultzehausen, which is six large carved stone sculptures, each unique, set in the woods and fields.
Matty hung with his dad for the day... and loved it.
Botox in Belgium,
The first page of my 2015 journey through Europe; at this
stage I don’t have much of an idea where I will end up, as usual I will go with the
flow which means the flow of good weather. Nearly a week ago I left
Australia for Amsterdam which this time I found a rather tiring exercise. A 5
hours stopover in Singapore followed by a 10 hours layover in Abu Dhabi added
to the agony of long ...
... our stuff from the lockers up to our new room, and discovered that it was an upgrade: it was only for 4 people instead of six, and it had a toilet, sink, and shower in the room, as compared to the down-the-hall bathroom we have had the past two nights. The boys took showers and I took a soap-me-down, then we walked to find dinner. As we walked near the city center where all the restaurants are, we saw a group of mostly seniors on a gazebo type small stage ...
See, a few days ago I had this idea that since Luxembourg was only about three hours away, I could do a day trip and tick another country off the list. It seemed like a great idea at the time, even if I knew nothing of interest in Luxembourg City. It didn't seem like such a good idea at 6:00am this morning.
Fortunately I'd purchased open tickets, meaning I had the freedom to jump on any train I wished. I mentally cut down my day trip to a half ...
... restaurant in Melick, which had requested that we let them know two days in advance that I - the crazy Western vegetarian hipster - would be eating at their establishment. I have to say that the chef did go all out with samphire (zeekraal) and mini-paprikas.
> Despite what Big Business tells you, Dutch people do appreciate a nice hand-made Christmas gift. Completely brainwashed by homo ecos:, I had decided to either make my gifts myself, or to ...