hebe Wrote:I can confirm your problem.I think, this shows, how excited she was, before visiting the museum :-)But that changed, as soon as we were inside.RegardsHEBE
What you do may not be so important, but it is very important that you do it well. (my variation of a saying by Gandhi)
Bill B. Wrote:Start driving and blame the GPS.
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NorbertS Wrote in reply to:Bill B. Wrote:Start driving and blame the GPS. You do have a good marriage, don't you Bill?
NorbertS Wrote:... but I still haven't been able to convince my wife to visit Schaffhausen. We’re on holiday in the Black Forest (the beautifull south-west area of Germany near the Swiss and French borders) and today we visited Feldberg, the largest mountain top (1450 meters) of the Black Forest. Schaffhausen should be located over the hills in the south and I even saw it’s name written on the a street sign today, but I can’t seem to convince my wife it is worth the 90 minutes drive from our camping site to Schaffhausen. Of course I mentioned the Rhine falls but that didn’t do the trick. She thinks I’m only interested in the IWC museum, which is true of course, but for her and the kids there is enough to see to spent a nice day in Switserland. Anyone who has a more convincing argument please let me know within the next week!!!!Of course the Plastiki is the best companion on this trip...RegardsNorbert
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You can't stop the waves, but you can learn to surf - Jon Kabat-Zinn
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NorbertS Wrote:Well, I think I managed to talk her over: Tilo's shopping experience, Simius Anker exhibition, the IWC novelties in the Boutique, a nice lunch at the Rhine falls and maybe the boat trip... So coming friday will be Schaffhausen day! Looking forward to it and I will post some pictures after the weekend. Thanks for your advice guys!And @Bill: I'll save the GPS trick for another occasion ;-)
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