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... a quick immigration and customs line. We then met up with our tour group led by Richard from Amsterdam and a wide variety of American tourists from Hawaii to the East Coast. We loaded our spacious coach bus that will be our wheels of transportation for the next two weeks. After an hour and a half drive, we arrived at our hotel near Heidelberg. We had some down time to shower and ...
... son-in-law Ryan Kamper's grandfather was one of them (although we didn't see his picture).
Next we drove further down the Rhine and boarded a boat for a Rhine River cruise. We cruised for a little over an hour and took lots of pictures. We saw several castles and loads of vineyards. Back on the bus Steve and I saw two of the places we had stayed when ...
- Arrived into Frankfurt, Germany around 10am
- Drove to Susanne and Harold's home which is located in Schoeneck - it is a beautiful, small village filled with quaint houses and lovely views
- We spent some time talking with each other and had lunch which mainly consisted on pasta and prawns
- Harold and Floris took us for a walk around to village
- We had an early night as I was highly jet-lagged due to the very long plane flight
... getting through the passport control was a bit interesting with Connie’s travel documents in lieu of her passport, but it wasn’t much of a delay. Waiting for the aircraft boarding I treated myself a one last German bratwurst and beer, which was stellar.
Ok…time for a rant. What is it with people on a plane that seem to have ants in their pants? We were pretty lucky for our flight to Germany and had nice people around us. It ...
... Südamerika und Asien an allem und jedem kleben und nur darauf warten, auf wohl behütete deutsche Babys zu springen um sie zu infizieren? Die sind nur halb so wild. Man muss nicht täglich die Fläschchen und sämtliches Babybesteck mit kochendem Wasser desinfizieren. In Deutschland nicht und da draußen in der Welt auch nicht. Vernünftig abwaschen reicht meistens. Babys sind sehr resistent und fallen nicht sofort tot um, wenn sie mit einem ...