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... arms and "dead" wax bodies and mechanical life-sized clowns that CAME TO LIFE and laughed maniacally as you walked by them and a life-sized decapitated head that, when you tripped a sensor, began screaming at you in German and SPITTING BLOOD.
This is going to haunt my dreams for years.
Now, note that all of this is belied by the cheery puppet entrance, and the lack of warning for children, anyone prone to clown phobias, or FEAR OF SEVERED ...
... The cost for seniors was 20 Euros per person which included transport to and from the camp site and of course entry into the camp. Our tour guide was a young American man from Wisconsin in the USA called Levi Homan, what a nice young man. He was such a great guide, he told us unbelievable stories of hardship the prisoners faced while incarcerated. Very, very sad events, the whole experience was fantastic so glad we managed to fit it in ...
... 8220;other than Belgium.”
Here’s a good indication of how seriously Belgians take
their beer: every beer has its own special glass, and restaurants and pubs only
serve beer in the proper glass – even when their beer menu contains scores of
beers (as many do). Though of course partly marketing, the proper glasses
really do increase one’s appreciation for what they contain.
Some of the very best brews are made by – ...
After spending last weekend with Rinat and his wife Leisan, my mom came over this week to visit with her friend Kathy!
I showed them around a bit for two days and then they were gone to visit Berlin and we would remeet here in Munich!
So I left Prague on Friday afternoon to go meet with Maxime Ouellet and his gf Amelie. I haven't seen them since Christmas since they both work in Seattle so it was nice to meet em again far away from ...
... I was done, and James had no luck with the lost and found, we headed back out and walked around the carnival section of the festival. There was something that could have been a ghost train, with an animated statue kind of thing of a man in a lederhosen writhing in chains. Every couple of minutes he would make a spitting sound, and water would come shooting from his mouth! We thought it was absolutely hilarious, and stood around, out of spitting range, to watch people ...