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Day trip to Munster, Germany, Munster, Germany travel blog

Day trip to Munster, Germany

A travel blog entry by chronometers

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Hi everybody! For several weeks we've been intending to take a day trip to Münster, Germany, and finally did so on Sunday. The weather in Amsterdam was pouring rain so we decided getting out of town would be a good idea. Münster is a 2 1/2 hour drive ...

lubeck pin, Lübeck, Germany travel blog

lubeck pin

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King Ludwig 2's castle Neuschwanstein, Obergammergau, Germany travel blog

King Ludwig 2's castle Neuschwanstein

A travel blog entry by jennykelly

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19.7.06 King Ludwig 11 von Bayern's castle Schloss Neuschwanstein Lynn and I took the new bikes to the tourist office to get information and maps to the local attractions. We photographed many of the beautifully decorated housed and businesses on ...

Berlin., Berlin, Germany travel blog

Berlin.

A travel blog entry by stevefn

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Exhausted in Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany travel blog

Exhausted in Frankfurt

A travel blog entry by segacs

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Last night, I'd attempted to just stay up, since I'd reached that state of exhaustion where I felt that falling asleep at 2:30am would just make things worse when I had to wake up at 4am to catch my flight. This backfired a bit when I fell asleep around ...

Bankrupt, Frankfurt, Germany travel blog

Bankrupt

A travel blog entry by suzukistorey

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Well not quite bankrupt but sufficiently so for us to start making our way home. We've got the plane tickets re-routed and are missing out India for the time being, only for the time being mind! We arrived in Frankfurt to a rude awakening, it was ...

The Black Forest, Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany travel blog

The Black Forest

A travel blog entry by jonmatters

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... a train, landed in Zurich, and crossed the Rhine into Germany. Three countries in one day… I have found something in Germany that I have seen nowhere else in my travels…peanut butter!! For some reason, peanut butter is an American thing. ...

The (self-proclaimed) Merry Widows, A'dam, Brussels, Gent, Brugge, Rhine and Mosel Rivers, Koln, Germany travel blog

The (self-proclaimed) Merry Widows

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... two of her friends, Denise and Cookie, visited with us for 2 weeks in August. We had a great time exploring Amsterdam, Belgium and Germany. The trip this time was much more smooth for Mel's Mom - no delays, no sleeping in airports, none of the mess of ...

A Quick Stop in Germany, Muhldorf, Germany travel blog

A Quick Stop in Germany

A travel blog entry by jackdrury

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We took the train from Prague, down to pay a visit with Ellen's amiga Renate in Muhldorf. The following day Renate took us into Munich for the day. It was very busy city and we were all happy to leave. Tomorrow we visit Salzburg, Austria where we'll bid ...

Berlin, Germany, Berlin, Germany travel blog

Berlin, Germany

A travel blog entry by tbassplayer

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... standing in the same spot where so much history took place. Jens insisted that we try currywurst. The official fast food of Germany. In actuality, Jens doesn't like fast food, or the idea of capitalist chains in general. So this is the Berlin alternative ...

Dusseldorf, Germany, Dusseldorf, Germany travel blog

Dusseldorf, Germany

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... found it interesting that Christoph and both of his roommates all enjoyed engaging in deep philosophical conversations during our brunch. Germany is a very socialist country. For those of you Americans who think that socialism is the same as Communism, ...

Guess where I come from, Berlin, Germany travel blog

Guess where I come from

A travel blog entry by daveaway

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... an incident that happened in Spain. In Mallorca there are lots of Germans. The Champions league final between Bayern Munich (Germany) and Chelsea (England) had recently been played, with Chelsea winning. Bayern are like the Collingwood of German football, ...

Food coma, Hamburg, Germany travel blog

Food coma

A travel blog entry by robartsroaming

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... over here though. After a quick nap it seemed in no time at all it was time for dinner, excellent. The ferry docked in Travemunde, Germany at about 9.30pm but we couldn’t get off for almost an hour, which made it a very late night as we had to ...

Berlin bound, Berlin, Germany travel blog

Berlin bound

A travel blog entry by jawad

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The Gluck Camping Centre, Shulzemoos, Germany travel blog

The Gluck Camping Centre

A travel blog entry by jennykelly

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... Harmony has sent some on to Sue in Switzerland for us. It was funny when we arrived in the camp ground in Oberammergau Germany, a little boy of about 4 followed us into the campground on his tiny bike and watched us put the camper up. His older brother ...

Rainy Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany travel blog

Rainy Frankfurt

A travel blog entry by segacs

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In a sort of non-ironic irony that you might expect to see in an Alanis Morissette lyric, I spent the last 24 hours running around trying to replace money, cards and ID after my wallet was stolen. Yes, that's right, I was pickpocketed at home, a day ...

Chapter 53: In America We Get Bags., Berlin, Germany travel blog

Chapter 53: In America We Get Bags.

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My first night in Germany was a good time. I scoped out the city on foot, had an awesome local dinner of pork medallions and spätzle noodles at Fraunhofer Restaurant, drank some fine Munich beer, practiced mein Deutsch, and slept well in one of the ...

The Fateful Return, Berlin, Germany travel blog

The Fateful Return

A travel blog entry by danblank

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... was the public holiday in Germany and Berlin was the place to be. October 3 I learned, was the anniversary of the reunification of Germany, and therefore Berlin as well. The day had a special feel to it, one that July 4, for example, can no longer ...

Düsseldorf, Germany, Düsseldorf, Germany travel blog

Düsseldorf, Germany

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... lack of humor and general dourness. On our way back from Düsseldorf, we stopped by the small medieval town of Moers, Germany. We strolled among old buildings and churches. Also, we visited a local county museum that housed furniture, tiles and artwork ...

Berlin, Berlin, Germany travel blog

Berlin

A travel blog entry by meganandkevin

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One week from right now we will be home!  Crazy... we can't wait. Ok Berlin.  First we must discuss our epic journey getting here... sigh.  We knew it was going to be a big travel day as it was to be about ten and a half hours on the train with two ...

Das alles ist Deutschland, Munich, Germany travel blog

Das alles ist Deutschland

A travel blog entry by daveaway

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... final at his place with a bunch of Germans, and despite the fun I had it was such and shock and a major disappointment that Germany actually lost the game! We couldn’t quite believe it. Since I was expecting Germany to win, I was crushed because I ...

Thalkirchen, Munich, Germany travel blog

Thalkirchen

A travel blog entry by jennykelly

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... attention to the stalls had anything to do with it. We drove through Linz and Salzburg in beautiful Austria and settled in Germany for the night. We traveled through 3 countries in one day today. No problems finding the campsite recommended in the ...

Wetting the babies head, Munich, Germany travel blog

Wetting the babies head

A travel blog entry by byrnedm

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Not again..., Munich, Germany travel blog

Not again...

A travel blog entry by marktjhung

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... - Jesus is down with the kids, wicked and with it. And he likes football. I might start going to church... With Germany eliminated, there was no partying. The Italians in Munich, however, through to the final and happy, displayed their joy in what ...

Thank God for the final leg..., Berlin, Germany travel blog

Thank God for the final leg...

A travel blog entry by marktjhung

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... '. Decent performance although no awe-inspiring by any means. The upside was that, due to the entirepopulation of Berlin watching Germany v Portgual, my budget of budget ticket, which should have meant a seat directly, and i mean directly, behind a ...

Those Bavarians know how to party!!, Regensburg, Germany travel blog

Those Bavarians know how to party!!

A travel blog entry by robartsroaming

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We decided to mix it up a bit today by getting out of the house before noon, a bit of a shock to the system but we managed. We caught the bus into town and had a walk around the old town centre. The town was so lovely and quiet early in the morning, who ...

Day trip to Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany travel blog

Day trip to Potsdam

A travel blog entry by sfrtw

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Over the weekend, we met with Frank's friend Ilka for a breakfast in Kreuzberg, then made our way to the lovely town of Potsdam. Ilka first took us to The Belvedere on the Pfingstberg Hill, a summer palace built by Frederick ...

Tears and scooters, Berlin, Germany travel blog

Tears and scooters

A travel blog entry by robartsroaming

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... long, long, long drive to Berlin. It was supposed to take about three and a half hours but actually took nearly six hours. Germany, how I love your autobahns but how I don’t love your roadworks. We got to our apartment pretty easily and also fluked ...

Munich, Germany, Munich, Germany travel blog

Munich, Germany

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Day 55 - The train to Munich took about 5 hours. There was a power plug in the train so the time went fast for me. I shared the table with the man across from me who was also a laptop user. A silent war for table space went on through the trip. When he ...

Eating and Sleeping in Berlin, Berlin, Germany travel blog

Eating and Sleeping in Berlin

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We arrived in Berlin on Wednesday afternoon. Frank's parents picked us up from the airport, and we headed back to their home in Lichtenrade, on the south side of Berlin.  The last few days we've mainly been eating and catching up with sleep, getting ...

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