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... had in Germany. Andrea and I enjoyed an ice cold local hoppy beer as the sausages cooked.
Miles driven since leaving home 820
Day 18 - Enzklosterle
Evan and I took the bikes down to the village bakery for breakfast croissants and Brezil's, we had also ran out of coffee so stopped at the tiny general store for coffee and fruit. It seems very odd leaving your bike outside of shops without locking it.
... for the locals - which is evident at this restaurant. Pretty cool tradition for locals to drop by and they always have a table to share. The food here is unbelievable it is so good. What a night! I managed to get quite a few grand photos on my wandering around the Markplatz and many side streets while I was in Gengenbach, especially on Sunday. My favourite lane for picture taking was Angel Lane or Engelgasse. What a wonderful vibe in this ...
... theme, and takes place for the whole evening in this festive manner. All the businesses work together to set up the main square. Not only that, the platz is immaculately cleaned up when you see the square the next morning. Kind of like magic. Margaret and I thought when we got back to Gengenbach from Offenburg, we'd have Willie drop us off in the town square, so that we'd have to do a ...
... croissants. Taking the bike to the supermarket is not something we do back home, over here the bike parking takes pride of place at the entrance.
We noticed the people camped next to us appear to be German druids complete with costume, unfortunately for them their magic didn't help in starting their van this morning, having left the ignition on all night. When the German AA man (called ADAC over here) arrived he looked a ...
... German town seems to have 3 or 4 kebab shops - its probably the national dish by now) nearby and got a coffee from the McDonalds. Syd checked on the Internet for a route for tomorrow and found that because of works on the line the 'direct' connection to Saarbrucken has a train and a bus and bikes are not allowed on the bu (there is also only a 5 minute connection time and there is no way we could unload and load all of our stuff, even if they could cope with all ...