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- Europe is the dream place where I always dreamed to travel. Travel is most passionate work that I enjoy most. My dream came to true on last part of 2014. I visited Germany on December, 2014.
... in Germany. Approximately one million visitors from Germany and abroad enjoy the dreamlike atmosphere each year. On a stroll through the streets of booths festively decorated with lights, you will find a wide and special selection of holiday articles. With 150 huts, there was plenty to see and to eat. The food menu serves specialties like Schupfnudeln, pinkie-shaped flour dumplings mixed with sauerkraut and bacon; Reibedutschi, grated potato pancakes ...
... YUM. We then hopped on the train back to Nürnberg using the Bavarian ticket. There we met up with Carmen and had a lovely few hours wandering around the world famous Nürnberg Christmas markets. They were very similar to Augsburg however with a few more of their very famous biscuits mmmmmm. It was so great to catch up with Carmen again too. We spent so much time talking that we hardly looked at the Christmas markets! Probably a good thing as Paul and I ...
... both assured them. We decided instead to meet them both for dinner at the konig Von Flandern. It is a nice place this one, and brews good beers apparently. Tash and Andrew shared a meet platter with spetzle (which was enormous!) Paul had pork neck and I had a baked potato with salad and a lemonade. Was a nice evening. Tash and Andrew told us about the events of their day and the people that they had met. We left at about 10pm and went to bed pretty much straight ...
... 8216;working the room’ trading cloth in the medieval past! Exit
Nordlingen and off on the ‘Road’ again. Two more ‘drive thru’s’ in Harburg and
Donauworth, before arriving in Augsburg. Now Augsburg, on the map, is shown in
larger type so we expected a somewhat larger town. It was!
And as with larger towns, it loses some of it’s ‘Romantic Road’
appeal. It is a big city,.. with ...