Ok, last little bit of Iceland. Glacier fields are fun, as long as you keep the toddler away from the mile deep crevasses.
and reconstructed longboats are even better.
And that's about it. (Yes, even I'm getting bored with all the stunning scenery. Time to move on.)
Germany was much the same old, same old.
This one's haunted! And for good measure, had a display of chastity belts
weaponry and seige engines.
Hokey but fun.
Here's Mr. Munchin's journal entry for the day: (Direct quote, I swear.)
I woke up and ate breakfast. Then we went to a castle called Burg Berwatstein. The knights became robbers. We went around the castle. For lunch I had scrambled eggs.
The fact that we drove from Germany to France to have lunch was totally lost on him.
The Alsace region may just be my favourite part of France. Ever. Especially because they're the ones who invented flammkuchen. Yum.
Oh, we also went to a few medieval/Celtic festivals. Guess you're wondering how the Viking costumes turned out?
No pictures of me, as I refused to wear mine out of fear of death of heatstroke. I kid you not. UN retrospect, I should have used matching coloured thread in my serger. I had no idea that the seams would show up as often as they did. But I'll know better for next time.