7/29/2009

Just a quickie

@Sammi, to me nothing yet has changed, try Blogger. ...What did I want to say? Hmmm?! Oh yeah,@ Lu., small wonder you can´t understand my disgust, you don´t know much after a 3-4hrs. visit to Dull-City. There are some nice spots, I have to admit, but when it comes to the question of where in Germany to live, I´d rather say Hamburg or Bonn. So, have a nice morning, noon, afternoon, evening or night, where ever you live. Tadah Pilgrim

8 comments:

WkBoy714 said...

Yeah Hamburg is nice. Only German place I've been too though, except Berlin.

Sammi said...

So what's the problem?

I'm sure machines just hate me!

Pilgrim said...

The issue of commenting on your post, forgot it? :-)

torchy! said...

didn't get the mail, but then i see you've removed that part of your post.

torchy!

Sammi said...

I haven't forgot, but I was wondering what the actual problem you're having is...

Mickle in NZ said...

Only been to Germany as a Touristy Tourist in the extreme (I confess I was on a Contiki Tour in 1987). Munich and Heidleburg. So am clueless as to the nature of where you are, but guess it is boring compared to term time in Paris.

The time here is 10.33pm on Thrusday evening. The most exciting thing I did today was to buy a slow cooker - at half price only the coupns I had meant it was free!

See, dear Pilgrim, your life could be worse!!

care, love and huggles, Michelle

Mickle in NZ said...

Proof read, Mickle, proof read.

Thrusday = Thursday
Coupn = coupon (two $20.00 vouchers from my credit card company covered the cost)

And dinner was rice and Waldorf salad - home made.

Michelle/Mickle xxx

naturgesetz said...

I think of the German cities I've visited, the ones I'd most like to live in — apart from Rothenburg odT, where my friends are — are Fulda and Trier. But let's not forget Würzburg, Heidelberg (where I had my first, and so far only, meal in a Wienerwald restaurant), and Regensburg.