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... We walked around the wall then back to the restaurants to have dinner. We chose a three course dinner for 24 Euro. About 9pm we went back to the wall, sat at a table, drank red merlot wine and watched the tide come in until midnight. All tables and chairs were removed and the water splashed over the wall where we had been sitting. Alex used his camera to take timed photography every 20 seconds. It turned it into a movie. We got back to our rooms about ...
... on. Evan now has Bratwurst, a specific one that is just like an English sausage, he has cucumber and raw baby carrots with it, almost a balanced meal! While eating we heard a strange noise, it was hot air balloons over head, turns out they take off not far from here. Great to watch as the sun went down and silence fell over the campsite. We would of stayed out longer but a cold wind from the north was blowing so went to bed.
Rudi and Waltraut join us along with a number of other people. We relax drinking white wine and water and visiting. It is tough for us as everyone is speaking German. Andrea and George come with their 13 year old daughter Jessie who takes English in school. Melody and Jessie both have a pizza then they go for a walk. Dave tags along at a discreet distance but feels like a stalker fallowing two 13 year old girls ...
... congregation and one of the deacons fainted while standing waiting for all the people to be served. The meeting then started with the international ward children singing "Away in the Manger". Then there was a special musical number on a recorder by a women from the Stuttgart Ward. Then a talk by a woman from the International Ward in English with a German interpreter. They then mentioned why the meeting is so large. It was a combined meeting of the ...
... planned only take my large suitcase with me from the Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof to the apartment via the S-bahn―a trip of just under 20 minutes. I didn’t want to hassle with the other items in what would likely be a crowded commuter-like train during a busy time of the day, so I planned to put the other luggage in a storage locker at the train station. The trip from Heilbronn to Stuttgart was quite simple as the train originates in Heilbronn (so you aren’t dealing ...