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... knowing insurance would pay me back. anyways so basically my eyes got burnt from the sun and snow and no glasses and they went into shock. My lids had swollen and they looked like they were bleeding they were so red. One of the guys helped me with my bag down the stairs and i got onto the bus closed the curtains and borrowed someones really dark glasses. With wet tissues on my eyes and drops every so often i spent the whole ...
... Built in the 11th century, it was lived in for over 700 years. But it was never home for royalty, rather acting as a fortress for the town below and exacting tolls for merchandise traveling up the river. In the 19th century it was used as a prison, and in WWII it was damaged by shelling. Fortunately, it has now been restored as an excellent example of a medieval castle.
We enjoyed a ...
... the gate and had to walk halfway back. The Southern Stand ended up being right on the main straight with a clear view to the pit entry and final corner.
The wet weather was causing havoc on the racetrack. In the Porsche Cup, everybody was missing their braking points and taking off bumpers (not a cheap thing in a Porsche!) The safety car also got a good run for its money and it was so wet that at the start of the Formula 3s, the first ...
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All washing done, and lunch over, we spend the afternoon, cycling around the lake, drinking beer in the sunshine, before cycling around the lake again, just for the ...
Monday 23rd September 2013
Heading toward the Rhine or Moselle, not quite decided yet.
First stop is Gottingen, a very pleasant town, is our first impression..
We stay on a stellplatze. Badeparadies Eiswiese (N51 31'23" E9 55'46"). Very nice it is too. Almost empty when we arrive, but, by 17:00 almost full, as you can see.
We meet yet another couple of New ...