:) I posted my pics a few minutes ago. Now I'm going to go back and edit to reference your post too. The trip home was so easy! I caught an IC train this time and it got there in less than two hours with no change-overs. Plus, the conducter spoke English, there was a smoking car, and lots and lots of people....So now I know! Always stick with the IC! :) Glad you got home ok!
Yay for IC trains! Hey, my watch was wrong the whole time we were in the city, wasn't it? I thought I was seeing you off at six, but I went up to the room and it was five!
And WOW, I LOVE your pictures, especially the ones of the church (both the outside and inside of it). That place was SOOO pretty.
ps Dusseldorf is VERY far North of me. I'm at one corner of the country, and it's in the other :) Although...it IS very close to Amsterdam..so I might be persuaded to meet you on a train someday! love ya
I *thought* it might be far from you!
I don't think Mr. Brown's car has an engine. It must be a little mouse on a wheel. Or maybe a small dog.
Nah, it runs purely on caffeine jitters!
Oooh, I'm going to Munich in May, so thanks for the preview!
Oh, jealous - you're gonna love it!
I live in Holland and together with some other people we have a dutch weblog. A part of our site shows photos and we would love to add a photolog from someone living in Russia or the middle-east. Are you interested in sharing a part of your life with us, please don't hasitate to drop a line!!!!
ronvonflon [at] gmail [dot] com
Of course we will link to your site(s)
2006-01-30 10:35 pm (UTC)
Re: looking for
May I look at your site before I decide?
I really like that statue, and I'm not sure why. When I analyze it, I keep thinking it fits the pseudo-Anime style often seen on the Cartoon Network. I can hear the tour guide now
"Der statue is Stein Mensch Preparing For Attack On Samurai Jack"