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  1. Walk out the door, follow the path where it leads. When it thins out and disappears into the wilderness, turn around, or keep on walking into the deeper recesses of the unknown.

    It's been awhile since I've traveled. I'm reading my blog of my travels in India and it sure is making me want to embark on another adventure. My life feels up in the air. I feel up for another wayward wandering. A seat of the pants inquiry into the far reaches of the world. I am thinking about going to Germany in August as I know a lot of people there. From there I'll probably seek out the Alps, scoop up a french babe in the Pyrenees and shack up in a chateau... or something. Never traveled in Europe--not exactly the far reaches, but the globe is round and the hinter regions of the Earth can be found in the least likely of places.

    I'd probably skip all the main spots, such as Paris, if I wasn't interested in having a bit of fun in the non puritanical parts of the world, but mostly I'd like to get lost.

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    2. Maes


      Technician said:

      You can pretty much go down the wrong highway and bump into Paris when in Germany.

      Original quote from "Memories of a Wehrmacht commander: The invasion of France was a mistake, we should have taken that other turn"?

    3. Danarchy


      It's spelled Deutschland.

      Also, if I ever go to Germany, I'd like to visit Trier. It's one of the oldest cities in Europe and the oldest in Germany. It dates back to Roman times. I'd also visit the northern coast, like Leubeck and Hamburg (where my ancestors are from), as well as Bavaria, of course. Berlin would probably be cool just to see the the Brandenburg Gate and the remains of the Berlin Wall.

    4. Hellbent


      If I go I will definitely try to check out Trier. Sounds grand.