RAMADA Hotel Schwarzheide
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We had a nice breakfast together and then went in a boat river ride on what is called SpreeWald. The river is like little canals and the boat bit like a Gondola. It was fun. I found a stick so I helped the guy paddling but then it broke. The boat was thin and long to go through the thin parts of the river which would be about 3 kids wide in some places. We stopped along the way ...
... was excellent- not too much information with amusing asides- perfect. All the guides have been the best we have ever experienced.
We were moored in Koblenz all evening so some people went out to dinner or to the bars. The ship did a Germanic buffet of regional dishes. Not that keen on german food we were relieved to find fabulous roast beef aand pork in the galley so we could also get to see where all the food is prepared. There was also continual entertainment from a lady ...
... both whilst out and about talking to the locals and also in our hotel rooms. Ask him about 'orange' and the 'sun cream incident'! Were really looking forward to our final concert, they've all been great so far. The German audiences have been so appreciative, always a wonderful feeling to get those standing 'Os'! We're having an incredible time, making lots of new friends and memories, but we can't wait to see our families again! Auf ...
I'm pretty sure my whole idea about travelling overseas this year was to experience the places and cultures of wherever it is I may end up. More or less to not aim to see the sights but to live like a local.... Check! Did that today. I basically cooked breakfast for Michelle and prepared the dinner for the three of us (spag bowl) lol and looked all day for Flights around Europe. Oh and I had a nap too. I went into the main city centre with Michelle and sat in a cafe listening to ...
... with essentials, distribution of stashed food, and of putting on layers of clothing against the Silesian winter.As the men lined up outside their blocks, snow covered the ground six inches deep and was still falling. Guards with sentinel dogs herded them through the main gate. Outside the wire, Kriegies (the German names for POWs) waited and were counted, and waited again for two hours as the icy winds penetrated their multilayered clothes and froze ...