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Truth be told, much of my 21st birthday was spent on the road, across 3 countries. 7 hours to be exact. Started off in Switzerland and made our North to Germany & ended late in Strasbourg, France where the accommodation didn't even have wifi. Left Spiez early in the morning and headed for Zurich, our last Swiss city. Had a really nice lunch there & collected our car at 4pm. Drove for Freiburg & ...
When we left you yesterday we had just discovered that our planned route up the Mosel River valley would be closed to cars. Only bikes allowed for about 50 miles. So we decided to take some back roads to reach our next hotel. We're lucky we got navigation with the car because we were making turns on some very narrow lanes that nobody would ever believe led anywhere. The scenery was pastoral but dotted with power generating modern windmills. We arrived at ...
... and the driver held up a laminated piece of paper that said "bus 750".We got on and the driver took our money and started driving like Mr. Toad on Mr. Toad's wild ride in Disneyland. We took corners as tight and fast as possible, he floored it whenever possible, he braked so hard we had to hold onto our luggage and throughout the ride he played loud German rock music. The ride lasted for one hour and we saw beautiful scenery all along the way. At the end of our trip, ...
30.08.13 My Great Grandmother
We had to wake up early today at 6.00, because we had to go to our great grandmothers house, she is 89! Her house is about an hour away from here. Once We got there we went strait outside and played soccer with my new soccer ball. Then we went to the castle that is ...
... entire afternoon's activity. I plan to walk or bike there one of these days, but I drove to the castle when I went to gather information for my story. Take a look; and when you come visit me, we will make sure to spend a few hours at this "starter castle" before moving on to the big boys.