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... ourselves staying in the seedy district with a Basil Fawlty figure at the hotel front desk (bit of a ******!). Were using Munich as a bit of a transit station to other places only from here on in.
Vienna - A 5 hour drive from Munich. What an absolutely gorgeous city and rates as probably our favourite city so far, very friendly people and a bit of money here by the looks.. The buildings are postcard perfect and the ...
Checking for Plums
The typical Erms Valley plum is blue with a light powder around… and we checked out and picked some so that Mama could make us a yummy Swabian plum cake… And amazingly we had also a lot of fun… Gine climbing up the tree because it is crooked
... C111 gallery – which did 403 km/hr with 600 hp.
What did we learn?
- Gottlieb Daimler (1834-1900): Was originally a gunsmith completing his apprentice ship in 1852, did some more in engineering in Britain and France and met Maybach in Reutlingen in the Brudgerhaus in 1865 – he worked for Deutz – with Maybach engineered the first gas engine - in Nov 1885 they developed the first 2 wheeled riding ...
... gardens and had a lot of fun and were again impressed how the German make such nice gardens everywhere
Now that brings up the question: when will Paul love me so much, that he makes such an impressive garden for me???
As we already discovered here are small real big towers – the best one is the 5-button ...
... get much cleaner so they are willing to accept that tradeoff. Wash it longer, get it cleaner – novel concept.
Before we left we ate the last of our Vienetta ice cream. That's right, we had ice cream for breakfast. We couldn't just leave it there, we think there is a law against that and not just a law in Germany, but an international legal accord of some sort. We headed out to make a stop in the medieval town of Trier today. The sky was ...