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... It also produced the Trabant a metal and plastic car used all over the Eastern bloc. The museum there is very well done. As we left town we passed this incredibly large VW plant. Now you know. Our home for the night was on a mixed use parking lot next to the downtown area and the town center...the lot was big enough for several hundred cars but you could here a pin drop at night. And, in the corner was a very efficient public toilet -stainless steel, clean and only one half ...
... hated the Eiffel Tower, but ate frequently at the restaurant, and when asked why he stated "because it is the only place from which I cannot see it". You would have to live in this place to not have to look at it. I couldn't even take a picture of it!
Our guide took us to a few springs, after we bought our special cups. They are designed so that you can drink the water without staining your teeth? Yes,you read that ...
Arrived in Prague having left half of my liquids at the airport, but I half expected that having packed the equivalent of Boots. First night was interesting, we were staying in a 36 bed dorm so expected to see some ropey behaviour, but not feel it. Me and Fleur were woken up to the sound of crunching Doritos. Fine. Expected. Well the share bag of Doritos wasn't all they were planning on sharing. What followed was a two hour sex ordeal. I refuse to accept that there is anything ...
... decided to have lunch. As they had lunch the weather just became darker and colder and the rain was getting heavier with thunder rumbling. They decided to stay at the top and wait out the storm just in case they needed to go back up the mountain to rescue the boys. They sat for about an hour and 1/2. Sue worked on this blog updating days that were a bit too full to record and Annabel downloaded and sorted photos from Sues camera roll. There were many texts ...
... there is still a very noticeable one, despite 25 years have passed sine!
Factories, large and smaller ones are unused, windows smashed, lots of houses with broken facades, and so on... When arriving in Zwickau, there were compare to before, hardly any people around, and Zwickau is not a little village.
The struggle to find a place to sleep, the empty streets and the starting rain, did not help my moral.
The next morning things looked a bit rosier again, I ...