Hotel La Residence
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So, after all the waiting we did, we are actually in Germany! The plane wasn't very comfortable, and a couple of us were forced into seats that didn't recline (making sleeping hard, painful work) but we didn't crash and burn, so thats a plus! But anyway, we're in Germany now! A new country and continent! This is really cool for those of us who have never been out of the country before! Well, I guess that's all that has happened so far. Jer signing ...
... a taxi to Landstuhl and got a room at a great hotel next to the train station. Parker got to have some beloved schnitzel for dinner and we got our train tickets ready for tomorrow. Leaving here early to get to Heidelberg castle and then about a 4hr train to Paris for the evening. The end! ...
... on a growth spurt and is now taller than his mother and Madison. He is a wrestler and is looking forward to high school in Sacramento, Ca where they will be moving in a few days. Unfortunately Ken was TDY in CONUS so we did not get to see him.
It was wonderful to see our old friends there. They treated us royally. We were sad when we had to say good by at the Landstuhl Bahnhof as we boarded the train at 2230hrs for the all night train to Prague.
... and squares going from the Bahnhof Strasse or Railway Station St up to St Johanner Markt which is at the very heart of the historic pedestrian district.
The scent of freshly cut fir trees associated with the delicious scent coming from the roasted chestnuts sold in little black and red locomotives which are punctuating the Christmas Market and will accompany in your discovery of the Christmas Arts & Crafts ranging ...
... and he said to go to the next bridge, up the bike ramp and across the bridge and turn left. This turned out to be exacly right and we payed for our site for the night and put up the tent just as a slight drizzle set in at about 16:45. The camp site is quite small (and cheap at 11 euros) with a few seasonals in residence but has all that we need. After a cup of tea we walked up to the local town of Burbach to get some cash at an ATM and picked up ...