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An awesome morning, went by train (Thomas the tank engine style) into town to the musical cabinet museum, amazing old musical instruments the best was a piano with 6 attached violins, tiny musical box with a singing bird. Moved onto the Ruedesheimer Schloss hotel for the local coffee delicacy. This was sugar, brandy, coffee & cream, yummy!!!
Ruedesheim has 10,500 residents with up to 3 million visitors, 288ha of vineyards. Went by cable ...
Waited in Brasov for 90 minutes for our train to Bucharest. It was going to be 160 minutes late....maybe. Got a taxi to Bucharest for $75 Euro (2 hours) to make our plane destined for Frankfurt. We made it to Frankfurt!! Took a train to the Hauptbahnof and walked a short distance to the ...
... area, plenty of dark clouds floating about were an indication that this was probably not the best idea but i set off anyway.
Every time i took a narrow back street i was rewarded with lush green canopies creating worm like tunnels through the forest that eventually popped back out onto busy streets, It was a lot of fun because i would lose my bearings and only have a vague idea where i was.
With a height advantage i spotted a castle which ...
... bonus and celebrate!) You are going to miss that turn and get lost. Pushing the stroller will make you tired and frustrated (take breaks or trade with your spouse). Your kids will be loud, cry, whine, and drop things. When that happens and you feel yourself on the edge, take a deep breath (or two) and count to ten. It will be OK. Life is an adventure. Embrace the craziness, laugh instead of cry, and keep moving forward.
... encrustation on it. Also interesting were the replica grave stones of the some of the roman soldiers who had finished their days in Wiesbaden. We had a pleasant lunch under the trees in the square and then ambled back to the station.