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  • Recurring nightmare
  • It had been precisely two weeks since the thieves broken into Hubbie’s office. And they came back again last night. They tried to take one of our Macs. But this time, it didn’t go according to their plan… They were … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • Oh boy
  • I’m just not in the mood to do blogging right now even though I have an ample time to do so. Do you wanna know why I’m so unmotivated? Hubbie’s office was broken in last night. I was absolutely gobsmacked … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • How to ride it @ Strasbourg
  • ‘Now then, how are we gonna buy tickets? And where is a ticketing machine??’, we scratched our heads and looked around. Unless you are a total stranger to the city, the people nowadays don’t buy paper tickets to use public … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • Tramway of Strasbourg
  • The history of the Strasbourg tramway started in 1878. The carriages, which traveled through the inner city, were horse-drawn at f
    irst, and the horses were replaced by electricity in 1894. While the city changed hands between France and Germany due … Continu
    e reading → [続きを読む]
  • Exploring Strasbourg
  • When we took Petit Train Touristique de Strasbourg during the previous visit, it took us towards southwest and went around the old city centre clockwise… The tour showed us all the musts of historic area of Strasbourg, and it also … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • Lost in Germany
  • Unlike the previous day, the morning of our departure started with a downpour. Well, that explains why last night was very so stic
    ky! We agreed as we packed our luggage. Oh, poor you! Below our window, there were a group … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • Kloster und Schloss Salem
  • After our last “German” supper at the beer garden, mum and I strolled toward the direction from where the cyclists appeared. ‘What can it be?’ We were very curious. Before the gatehouse building, we saw a site map of the … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • Going back to Eibsee
  • After a cake & coffee break, we headed to a cogwheel train terminal. We queued well ahead of the time so we could grab the best seat of the train ? the left side front seat of the first carriage. … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • On top of Zugspitze
  • Mum and I were transported to the summit of the peak by the Gletscherbahn cable car. We shared a journey with a elderly couple wit
    h their grand daughter and a cable car attendant. The cab was designed to carry 100 … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • Recent development
  • I apologise for my blog being updated rather sporadically recently. Nothing bad has happened to me or my family and we are all doi
    ng really great. The reason behind why I’m spending much less time with my MacBook right now … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • We miss you…
  • Bella and I visited Kensington Gardens for a different reason today. We wanted to drop in at the park and lay flowers for Princess
    Diana because today was the day when the princess died in Paris 20 years ago. We … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • Zugspitze Glacier Plateau
  • Yes, we did speak too soon because it was so bl**dy cold up on the mountain! I lent mum my bomber jacket because the one she brought herself didn’t look warm enough. Mum with a Bavarian totempole… The landscape around … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • Up the mountain
  • Another highlight of our road trip was to visit the top of Zugspitze ? the highest peak of Bavarian Alps, Wetterstein Mountains. The summit was 2,962 m (9,718 ft) above sea level, and could be accessible by cogwheel train and … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • Schloss Linderhof
  • Schloss Linderhof in Ettal was another famous creation by Ludwig II of Bavaria. This gem was the only building which was completed
    while the king was still alive. As a consequence, Ludwig spent most of his later life at this … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • Lake Plansee
  • After paying homage to the Wieskirche, we left Steingaden and headed for Linderhof, another palace created by Ludwig II. We were d
    irected to take A17 and then 179 once we crossed the border between Germany and Austria. We could have … Continue reading → [続きを読む]
  • The Wieskirche
  • Visiting the Wieskirche, the Pilgrimage Church of Wies, was another highlight of our road trip. Thanks to Google, we did know what
    to expect from this 18th century church. Still, seeing the actual place with our own eyes, which was … Continue reading → [続きを読む]