Swapping Homes Anybody?

NOW THAT WE'VE WALKED THE WALK, WE CAN GIVE YOU THE STRAIGHT TALK ON HOME SWAPPING. (Season 6)

Downtown the world famous spa resort of Baden-Baden

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Cool and thunderstorms

As opposed to hot and thunderstorms, it makes for a welcome change. Whatever bit of a tan I brought from FL has dissipated already. The bottle doesn't work as well without real sun in addition! No AC in the house also means no heat if it gets any colder at night.
The other thing we take for granted in the USA is an ice maker. At least my hubby likes his sodas with ice. But we came prepared with the old-fashioned ice trays and a container to put the cubes into. Well, we don't travel lightly. We brought Splenda, Ziploc bags, Special K (the big box from Costco), a thousand adapters, cables, plugs, even Worcester Sauce."Honey, the war has been over for 60 years. We do have these things in Germany, too."
"Yes, but it's cheaper when we can bring what we have at home already since Delta brought the bags free of charge for a platinum member frequent flyer."Alas, we still had to haul them around  and up some stairs.
So a little bit of exploring is  in order for today. Maybe even a walk in between the showers. Took pics of neighborhood yesterday, But all of  a sudden my laptop doesn't recognize my camera anymore when I want to download them. Strangers in a foreign country ...

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