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... bottle and the assistants in full Bavarian costumes are pouring you a tester.....! We purchased a few bottles and we're also given some wee pressies from the shop with our purchase. We are very close to the Czech border so we thought we would visit. As you cross the border your welcoming committee are prostitutes walking the roads, and stalls selling all your counterfeit clothes with all the World Cup football tops looking to be the offer of the ...
Today we drove to Egging which is in the heart of Bavaria, the weather now is very and sunny. We arrived around lunch time and opted for a nice lazy afternoon reading and relaxing. It was warm but I still managed to complete my run with David accompanying me on his bike. The campsite e at staying at is excellent we have booked in for 3 nights so that we can explore the area. I have now got 3 very angry insect bites it happens me every time ...
... 10% - the rest were dismantled in 1800's. From there we crossed back to the Palace and then the Courts - there is a lift that takes people down to the Grund. The part of the city that's lower in the valley of this rock. There the quaint houses and the rocky facade makes it postcard perfect. You can see the fortress and the areas they used to keep the infantry and their weapons. The houses are punched into the rock and still are homes to many. We decided to take the lift back up ...
... a little French styled cafe. (Perfect to prepare us for our upcoming trip to Paris!)
I really wish we would have gotten a little more time there, because it looked like a beautiful city. But, since I am so behind on blogging about my trip this past week, I will keep this one short, just like my visit.
Luxembourg, hopefully I will be coming back to you!
... and big grey clouds loomed ominously. At Libramont the storm broke, and the heavens poured forth. We were thankful to be dry and warm in the train, and both closed our eyes and were lulled into a light doze by the rhythmic jostling of the train. Around noon we arrived in Luxembourg, and the first thing we did was to take a photo of the sign – we were in another country! We exited into the station, and while my friend surreptitiously checked out a map ...
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