BEST WESTERN Hotel Dasing-Augsburg
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- Free parking
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- Pets allowed
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... outdoor market selling the biggest artichokes we've ever seen but the most impressive thing we visited so far was the Fuggerei. This is a social housing settlement set up by Jakob Fugger in 1516, as a thank you to the city that made him rich. To this day, the Fugger family estate still manages this city within a city and the cost to the residents is €1 rent per year, excluding utilities and an Our Father prayer once per day. Xoxo A & ...
Good morning everyone,
Apologies for the delay in posting..again.. Distractions distractions.
we are now in Nürnberg but this story will wait for another couple of posts....
Today was a very lovely day with Charly and Hubert. We felt as though we were really living in Augsburg, doing the Bavarian thing.
Breakfast began with Weisswürst and pretzels with sweet mustard and a beer. This apparently is a traditional Bavarian ...
... Day was on the 15th of this month however it was decided that Charlys mum Grascilla and her friends would celebrate it tonight. We were so lucky to be invited!
We all went to a nice little cafe in the next town from Augsburg and were met by about 30 people, mostly from Mexico and South America with their husbands (whom were mostly German) and their very cute children. Everybody bought a dish and we all had a great feast.
Charlys mum lent charly and I a ...
... a credit as we do in Australia,.. whatever ,.. the amount
of solar energy collected is ENERMOUS!
Another fun story,... in Nordlingen we noticed that many houses had
ceramic pigs displayed in their windows.
"What is it with the pigs?",.. we asked at the Information centre. Well,.. the story goes that hundreds of years
ago a farmer’s wife went out one night to get her husband a jug of beer. She saw a pig in the street rubbing its ...
... and had to make a big loop to get back to the path the prisoners had to take, but I'm glad I went back.
Walking the path and thinking about the people who walked it, who died on it... it is very surreal and humbling. To feel hunger and thirst and tired feet just makes a person feel worse knowing that prisoners had ridden for days in train cars without food or water or restrooms, dead piling up on the floor around the crowded bodies... It makes one ...