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Cloudy and somewhat rainy day so it was good timing to visit the Liberation Museum where the allies invaded northern and western Holland in February 1944 called Operation market garden. It lasted until the fall of 1944 and many lives were lost, mostly from the paratroopers. We "lounged" in the afternoon as the day was not good for ...
... to finally meet my host family.
For now in this really short time, I have to do so many things like packing (again) my suitcase with a maximum weight of 23kg! (Don't know how I am going to do this, but I will make a plan for it) and again saying goodbye to all my love ones.
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... at 2.30pm. Our tour today is predominantly a walking tour of the old town. After a short coach tour we arrive at our starting point near the Messerschmitt family hotel. Willy Messerschmitt was a German aircraft designer and manufacturer. The Messerschmitt BF109 became the most important fighter in the Luftwaffe in the lead up to World War 11. Fortunately Bamberg wasn't ...
... has been rebuilt and the buildings restored as close as possible to their original architecture. After spending time in Cologne exploring the historic architecture we boarded a bus to drive to Bonn where we rejoined the ship for lunch From Bonn we cruise to the 2000 year old town of Andermach. At Andermach we disembark the ship for our dinner at ...
... a bad day at a gardening convention.
The last few miles of cheering seemed to go on forever. Pacing myself for 25 miles meant the last four were unexpected additions after my energy was spent. I was so pleased to see the finish line, that I took a photo of it.
My cousin GJ was nowhere to be seen amongst the 5000 people standing shoulder to nose at the finish. I limped off to collect my medal and then found a quiet street where I could ...