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Technology is great, except when it doesn't work. As luck would have it, our SIM card from Italy ran out just after we arrived at a monastery for the weekend. (Despite the fact that we were assured by Telephone Italia Mobile (TIMS) that our data plan would ...
Left Vienna at 7.30am. On the road to visit the Eagle's Nest. Stopped for lunch at a beautiful little village called Berchtesgaden. Had a lovely walk around there. Very scenic and lots of different coloured buildings. Bought a great airplane charm but hesitated over a picnic basket charm to remind me of the picnic Meagan and I had on Hyde Park.... Went back. Shop was closed for lunch. I almost broke the door down! Then on a smaller bus for the trip up ...
... around the city centre. Patrick (from New Zealand) and I spent lunch trying to explain the sport of cricket to Grace and Stacey two Americans, so many baseball references were used! And i had the plates, cups and cutlery spread out over the table to demonstrate the pitch! It was crazy! After lunch the bus trip to Rhine Valley began, arriving in St Goar the nights activities included ...
... encounter our first snow of the 2013-2014 winter and temperatures near freezing! With autumn fast approaching, we refused to post pictures of snow! We ate lunch in a picturesque little town in northern Italy, San Cimino, where German was still spoken by many. We arrived at the Bauer haus in Böhmfeld by 18:30, as planned, and spent the evening reconnecting with Charlotte, Michael, Elisabeth and Johnathan Bauer. It was so good to see them all ...
... somewhere in Germany where we can get them for cheaper. Anyway, Bad Reichenhall is known for its famous Rupertus thermal baths. The word 'Bad' as a prefix to a name generally means the town is known for its medicinal baths. So we parked at the motorhome parking across the road, and headed for a soak. It was very relaxing and they had pools of all different temperatures, inside and outside, salt water and fresh water, with jets, bubbles, whirlpools and ...
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