|Aaron took this photo the other day|
|There's the map for our bus route. It's also shows the various MANY streets we walked the past few days.|
- There are no closets in most homes. The reason for this is the government taxes you for each room of the house. Use Wardrobes instead.
- Sinks tend to be smaller and rarely are there two sinks in a kitchen.
- Almost every showers have a detachable shower head.
- You can put salt in your dishwasher to help the dishes dry.
- Now some stores back in America do this but here most always charge for bags to carry out your items.
- Parking is a premium much like in New York City. Few parking garages so finding a parking spot is a challenge. From what I'm told this is the case in most cities in both Germany and Italy.
- Most folks know about the difference in measurement but it takes some getting use to when your fingering how far you have to walk and what the temperature is outside.
We have received permission to check-out at 11:00 when our ride is here. The cost from the apartment to the hotel is 65,00 Euro's. I'm sure it will be another adventure cruising the streets of Roma. I'll do a follow up these evening.
|On board heading to Germany|
AdditionAfter posting the above blog we headed out for breakfast. We simply walked out of the court yard turned left and the very next building we discovered a small snack shop that had been closed the previous days. Each getting some type of sandwich we discuss what we would do for the 30 minutes between checking out and getting picked up. Our decision was made simple after tasting the sandwich. We decided to come back to the snack shop and wait out the 30 minutes. So after getting our bags we returned and Aaron and I got another sandwich. Aaron got what Sara had gotten earlier and I got what Aaron ordered during the first round.
From Frankfurt-Hahn, Germany to Aaron and Sara's home was another hour and 15 minutes. Sara and Aaron prepared dinner, a little Friends on DVD and then off to bed.
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