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Jun 13, 2009 - The Best Of The Best!!!
The Best Of The Best Mark and I are coming to the end of our trip, we can’t believe how quickly the time has passed. We had so many good times, made so many amazing memories and laughed more in these past seven weeks then in the past seven years. We have so many favorites and our opinions vary a little on our favorites so we decided to create a list of “Best Of the Bests”. Best Sunset Mark - Cinque Terre, Italy Amy - Ditto Best Beach: Mark - Nice, France Amy - Peniche, Portugal Best Food: Mark - Munich, Germany Amy - Nice, France Nicest...Jump to full entry
Jun 9, 2009 - The Black Forest Region
Our Eurorail pass included one small perk through out our travels and we finally got to take advantage of it down the Rhine River. When you have a Eurorail pass it also includes free travel on the boats that travel down the Rhine. Mark and I decided to jump on at Bacharach and ride the ferry down to Mainz. This little boat ride ended up being quite a treat; it was a beautiful sunny day and they served beer and played polka music through out the journey. Mark sipped a couple of beers, we picked up a little book of legends and myths about the...Jump to full entry
Jul 1, 2008 - Triberg
Tuesday we took off in the car for Triberg in the Black Forest. I saw on the internet that it had some waterfalls so it seemed liked a good place to start. Here’s a little info on the Black Forest for ya’: The name black forest was quite accurate in earlier times, when the forest was impenetrable - though profitable; wood, silver and ore were the foundations of the Black Forest's inhabitants comparable wealth. When the wood trade began to falter clock-making, Cuckoo clocks, stepped in and has been a successful industry for the Black Forest...Jump to full entry