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castles in Germany in dec

by /bio/lojoblais »

LOL, I remember Schlitz!  But my dad was a Reingold drinker, so I'm pretty sure my first sip was that.

 

Hm....... we're showing our age!

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kringenwally

RE: castles in Germany in dec

by kringenwally »

Captain, I don't see the Bamberg Rathaus pic in your post. Here are two (click each to enlarge):

 

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kringenwally

RE: castles in Germany in dec

by kringenwally »

Captain, I don't see the Würzburg pic, either. Are you

A) saving it on your computer as a JPG, then

B) using the above picture icon (sixth from the right) 

to bring up the "Browse" window where you search for and define the pic on your hard drive?

(That's the only way to make it stick. You can cut-and-paste a pic into a Frommers field and it looks ok at first, but it goes away when you leave the page.)

Sorry about the lecture in case you knew all that.

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RE: castles in Germany in dec

by /bio/captain-larry »

In Response to Re: castles in Germany in dec:[QUOTE]

Captain, I don't see the Würzburg pic, either. Are you

A) saving it on your computer as a JPG, then

B) using the above picture icon (sixth from the right) 

to bring up the "Browse" window where you search for and define the pic on your hard drive?

(That's the only way to make it stick. You can cut-and-paste a pic into a Frommers field and it looks ok at first, but it goes away when you leave the page.)

Sorry about the lecture in case you knew all that.


Posted by KringenWally[/QUOTE]

Your assumptions are all correct, and I did not know it. Thank you.

 

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yostwl

RE: castles in Germany in dec

by yostwl »

logoblais--I lived in Brooklyn in the mid to late 1950s and Remember the Rheingold (Extra Dry!) and Knickerbocker beer ads very well.  

For some reason, I especially remember the marching band composed of Rheingold bottles and cans.

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