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Bob Pritts  
St Hedwig, TX  
March 14, 2014 6:47pm
 
Grouch,

Isn't Tivoli some sort of club?

Now if you're talking about Trier, that is a town near the border with Luxembourg. It's called Treves by the Brits. I think it's known as the oldest town in Germany. I've not been there but perhaps I'll make it there some day. You're one up on me friend.

Have you ever been to Koln up on the Rhine River? Oh, to us it's called Cologne, West Germany. It sits right on the Rhine River and has some stunning views. It's also home to the tallest cathedral in all of Europe called the Dom.

Or have you been to Firenze. Firenze, better known as Florence, Italy, to westerners contains the famous marble statue of David by Michelangelo as well as the works of many of Italy's finest artists of the past. The Uffizi Gallery houses those works that were mostly commissioned by the ruling Medici family of the period.

So, as for you having a different view of culture than me, I'll grant you that. Most people who slosh down mug after mug of beers generally have a very different view of everything and see things in a different light ... if they can still see!

I must admit I'm impressed with your world travel. Not surpised at all considering the vast knowledge you express on these blogs. By the way, what is the culture you picked up from a bunch of drunk German farmers?
     
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