City Hotel Karlsruhe
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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.
... the same, each has different tree types, vegetation, soil type and terrain.
5. Hydration and nutrition.
People these days seem to be better aware of hydration, but there is nothing worse than running out of water on a hiking trail on a warm day and aching for a drop. Thankfully it has only happened to me twice, but the memory remains. Scroggin or nibbles like nuts, berries, chocolate and sultanas are ...
... all traditional German butchers and high street grocers. Only the bakeries survive.
We move on to LEGOLAND tomorrow, Evan is very excited and even went to bed early. We will drive around two hours East away from the Rhine and onto the Danube, the most Easterly we will be of the entire trip, at that point we will be about 100 miles from the Austrian border. One day we will return to this site and visit Karlshule in better ...
... Tahoe and Napa, with wide open meadows, lots of forests and small villages making it quite charming.
We arrived at our hotel to realize that we thought we booked a pretty nice place only to find that we booked a 5 star place. It looks and feels like an Ahwanee/Ritz mix. We ate dinner at one of their Michelin star restaurants only to have the property owner come to the table (dressed in one of the nicest suits I've ever seen), ask where we were ...
... lecture where they were teaching us how to teach the kids addition and subtraction when the numbers are written underneath each other. It was actually very interesting. Then Bee and I went to the Ettlinger Tor centre which is a big shopping centre where we went shopping. I didn't buy anything but Bee did. Then we still did a bit of grocery shopping for snacks for our 5h30min train ride today (friday) all the way up to Hamburg for the weekend. After that we came home, ate, ...