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Travel Blogs from Augsburg
... 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 ...
... has organised an afternoon tea. The chef at the konditorei in Freidberg personally delivers a stunning schwarzwälder kirschtorte (blackforest cherry cake) to Astrid's home.
We are joined by my cousin Walter from Munich who brings with him plenty of good humour (and a different coloured bunch of flowers for each of the girls). It is really nice to see my aunty and cousin again, and ...
... where I bonded with 2 couples from the United states and a marine stationed in Italy. we took a 5 minute walk into the center where we joined an already assembled group of about 3 couples more and one family of 4. One of the couples was a girl from New Zealand and her beaux from Western England. The family seemed to be from the UK.
The tour began from this location under the famous glockenspeil, with a short walk to the metro station and then on to ...
... A visit to a concentration camp is not a good time. We hoped that it was an educational day, for the kids and for us. It is one thing to hear that people died in concentratin camps. It is quite another thing to look at their stuff and to troop through the crematoria.
We left Dachau when it closed, and set our Navi for a more cheerful destination, Legoland Deutschland.
That's where we are now, preparing to do a full day of Lego-inspired fun ...