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Really enjoying this river cruise. We have met so many nice people. I think there are about 180 guests and we seem to know most of them by now. Most are retired profesionals but there are also a few teenagers and a few young couples. Mostly people are from the States, UK, Australia or Canada. One couple are in the suite that features in all the ads for Viking cruises and Stefan was disappointed that the balcony was not as big as it appears on the ads! However we cracked a couple ...
Today I took a day trip to Eisenhüttenstadt, a city that was developed in 1951-1961 (as Stalinstadt) around the East German steel factory Eisenhüttenkombinat Ost. Now that the factory is gone, there is a definite sense of absence, like mill towns in Massachusetts where the mill has closed, or towns in Western New York where the local factory has shut. It is also noticeable that there is a ...
... was lashed against the rocks lured to his doom by the sweet singing of the beautiful Lorelei maiden. One of the funnier incidents aboard occurred when Cary, from Florida encouraged us to focus our cameras on the Seven Virgins high atop a mountain near kilometre 550 and the Gutenfels Castle. My camera shot is shown in the accompanying pictures and I am sure you will enjoy the excellent shot of the table umbrellas! We have not yet established what ...
We left Wroclaw at 8.30 with a few members of the touring party a little dusty after a night in the beer hall in market square. The weather is cool- 7 degrees and raining. We spent about 4 hours walking around Auschwitz in the cold rain. It gave a tiny glimpse of the misery suffered by the inmates. After a while I stopped taking photos as it seemed disrespectful. The exhibits of rooms full of human hair, shoes, especially children's and suitcases spoke volumes for the ...
... of St. John the Baptist. John Paul II visited and placed a crown on the head of a figurine of Mary. It was another example of gothic architecture. Indeed the market square was flanked by houses in gothic, rococo and baroque styles. Our hotel was the Scandic and was very comfortable with good meals and internet connection. Haminder presented members of the group with Indian trinkets /earrings/scarves as a thank ...