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    Tell me about them, please. I'm planning a trip with my father (meaning I don't have to pay for anything!!!) and brother and would love suggestions on what to see / where to go. My friend is studying abroad in Ulm, so I'll be in that area for at least a day. Otherwise, we have no plans. Please advise.

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    German beer are certainly worth investigating
    With or without religion, you would have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things. But for good people to do evil things, that takes religion.

    Steven Weinberg

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    • #3
      Originally posted by BlackCat View Post
      German beer are certainly worth investigating
      Everytime I had a 'lunch special' in Barvaria, it included a very large stein of beer. Please plan accordingly.
      There's nothing wrong with the dream, my friend, the problem lies with the dreamer.

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      • #4
        Red light district.
        Graffiti in a public toilet
        Do not require skill or wit
        Among the **** we all are poets
        Among the poets we are ****.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by onodera View Post
          Red light district.
          A classic European father/son activity.
          There's nothing wrong with the dream, my friend, the problem lies with the dreamer.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Uncle Sparky View Post
            A classic European father/son activity.
            A family spitroast.
            Graffiti in a public toilet
            Do not require skill or wit
            Among the **** we all are poets
            Among the poets we are ****.

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            • #7
              Must see: Nudist colonies full of fat bearded men, sausages and beer.
              Jon Miller: MikeH speaks the truth
              Jon Miller: MikeH is a shockingly revolting dolt and a masturbatory urine-reeking sideshow freak whose word is as valuable as an aging cow paddy.
              We've got both kinds

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              • #8
                DON'T MENTION THE WAR

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Uncle Sparky View Post
                  A classic European father/son activity.
                  I think that b etor are more interested in father/daughter activities
                  With or without religion, you would have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things. But for good people to do evil things, that takes religion.

                  Steven Weinberg

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                  • #10
                    Ew. That's sick.
                    Jon Miller: MikeH speaks the truth
                    Jon Miller: MikeH is a shockingly revolting dolt and a masturbatory urine-reeking sideshow freak whose word is as valuable as an aging cow paddy.
                    We've got both kinds

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by BlackCat View Post
                      I think that b etor are more interested in father/daughter activities
                      That's what strapons are for. And Mike Hunt, you're a sick person.
                      Graffiti in a public toilet
                      Do not require skill or wit
                      Among the **** we all are poets
                      Among the poets we are ****.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by MikeH View Post
                        Must see: Nudist colonies full of fat bearded men, sausages and beer.
                        erm... yes... sounds wonderful.

                        Originally posted by BlackCat View Post
                        German beer are certainly worth investigating
                        I've developed a very strong liking toward beer, so I'm most certainly going to try them all.

                        Originally posted by BlackCat View Post
                        I think that b etor are more interested in father/daughter activities
                        He does fall within my desired age range...



                        but seriously, i have a bf.

                        also, eww.


                        My brother is 16, but has no interest in alcohol (as it should be at his age) so we'll also need other activities. My father will no doubt want to see old churches/cathedrals/prison camps / historical things. Any suggestions on those? We'll be going in June if that helps.

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                        • #13
                          Does the grave of Johann Gambolputty count as a historical thing?
                          Graffiti in a public toilet
                          Do not require skill or wit
                          Among the **** we all are poets
                          Among the poets we are ****.

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                          • #14
                            I'm not sure my father has ever seen Monty Python

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by b etor View Post
                              My brother is 16, but has no interest in alcohol (as it should be at his age) so we'll also need other activities. My father will no doubt want to see old churches/cathedrals/prison camps / historical things. Any suggestions on those? We'll be going in June if that helps.
                              Go to Stuttgart, it's twinned with Cardiff.
                              Is it me, or is MOBIUS a horrible person?

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