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... order where members signed a declaration that they wouldn't drink any more than 7 litres of wine per MEAL! If they failed to meet this pledge they would pay a coin fine. Needless to say, the treasure chest of the fines was quickly filled. The university students today are probably trying to emulate these drinking feats even though there used to be 30 breweries in Heidelberg and now there are just two. There is an English connection to the castle as in the ...
Now being Aussies, the ability to drive from country to country is still very much a novelty for us so this was too good an opportunity to pass up so we crossed the border into the town of Hirschtal. We stopped in this town to take a few photos to show we were here and this pretty little town was a nice place to explore. Kate and Roy were very excited to find a gumball machine on the street and both put their 20c ...
Noch 1 Monat bis zur Abreise!
This Blog has been created for sharing our 76 days world tour with our friends.
Below a short resumee of our last 11 months preparatory work:
- Flight cost in total: 3570€ / pax
- Extras only for Papua: 976€ both (national flight and 3 ...
... we had amazing views of the French countryside. Now we are headed to Salzburg on the regular speed train, which is still pretty fast. There is no top deck... But we still have comfy seats and there is a food car and compartments! And it ends in Salzburg which is a place I have wanted to go to for a long time. Hopefully it will be ...
... which also proved to be quite yummy.
Wednesday morning required an early awakening, but not as early for me as Phil and JC. They needed to leave the apartment by 7 AM to catch a 7:30 train that would eventually get them to the Frankfurt airport station to catch a 10:45 flight to the US and a 12:55 flight to Singapore. I got up around 6:30 to accompany them to the Bahnhof and to say my final "Auf Wiedersehen". After they had boarded their train and I turned to leave ...