Victor's Residenz-Hotel Saarbrucken
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
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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 ...
Yes! So magically, the flight managed to squeeze in over THIRTY extra people including us! It was supposed to leave at 2am, but it left around 4. There were even empty seats so that we could move and lay down/stretch out! Very nice.
Arrived in Ramstein around 4:30pm their time ...
Taking the ICE (high speed) train to Germany put us in Saarbrucken in less than 2I/2 hours. Helmut and Imgard Kerchner were there to greet us. We drove to Landstuhl and there saw Werner and Lennie Rosenberg. We stayed in the spacious guest apartment that Werner and Lennie have in their home and it was very comfortable. Then we opened up the Sekt (German champagne) and the Bitburger and had a party. Werner started his new super grill and we had ...
... metal, fabrics, leather and wood items, with here and there the appetizing scent of the Flamkuchen, grilled sausages, pancakes, Apfelstrudel and of course the traditional Glûhwein or Mulled Wine to warm yourself up in the nicest possible way.
Saarbrücken "Christkindl Markt" is one of Germany's most popular Christmas Market and its star attraction is without a doubt the flying Santa Claus who magically flies over St ...
... at the local supermarket which was just opposite the campsite (which was actually at a canoe club that did dragon-boating and well as touring canoing). We had our dinner (of baked beans, mash and frikadellas, a sort of meatball) which went down very well after a complicated day. We read in the tent until it was too dark to see then went to bed and slept well (using eye-masks to block out a very bright security light that came on when it got dark.