beer and sausage
I always know it’s unhealthy, and the Missus never misses an opportunity to tell me, but it really is important to me. Fresh, local beer is something I really enjoy and whenever I can get it together with a good sausage or a nice Schnitzel it is the best I can ever get…
question for you, do you get a little claustrophobic driving the Chunnel?
Well, since they put your car on a large train, it is not so bad. You can exit the car and walk around a bit but everything indeed is quite stuffed. If I really am in a hurry, I do take the Channel Tunnel and then try to catch some z’s during the 30min crossing.
But the Tunnel is expensive. You spend at least 80 Euros, and when you wanna cross during the day it’s well on the better side of a hundred. What I like to do to save money is to take one of the speed ferries out of Boulogne, France. That is about 50km longer a drive than Calais and the Tunnel, but the crossing is about 30 Euros and it doesn’t take too much longer, about 50 min. And I can buy a nice bottle of Scotch tax-free
Frohe Weihnachten Panzerman, Germany would be a cool place to spend Christmas.
Merry Christmas to as well. my friend. Or Happy Hanuka or Happy Julfeast. We Germans take Christmas very seriously.
But since you served Europe in Grafenwöhr, I have a nice little link for you:
All hard steel targets on the exercise grounds of Grafenwöhr. Some nice old tanks they have their. I could never drive my tank around Grafenwöhr, which is a pity.
and from what I understand, Married with Children was a huge hit in Germany!
That is true. It is still running if I am not mistaken. Not all jokes can be translated however, so it looses a bit of its humor. But it still is hugely popular as the fate of the working class seems to be pretty much the same in Germany and in the States…
(Fixed it for ya’—B.)]]>