Gasthof Falkenstein Metzgerei Schwaiger
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Woke up to the first bit of rain on tour. Then headed out in a 25km mountain bike ride through the back roads in town. Finished off with a traditional bbq. Went to t trout farm and had a look around but didn't want to to catch them because they were well under legal for NZ. After this the plan was to go paragliding but the weather turned to **** and it got ...
... days ago. The trains over here are just amazing, and not at all crowded. Plenty of leg room and comfortable seats. The four hour journey was absolutely marvellous. The countryside was gorgeous and the weather improved gradually as the trip went on. It seemed no time before we arrived in Feldkirch, and with our trusty Google map we had no trouble finding our way to ...
... on way to airport due to accident - Returned rental car & took subway from airport to Marienplatz Platz where we met Karin & girls (at the water fountain) shortly before 9pm Dinner with Judy at Viktualienmarkt --- Karin & girls had potato soup, Bill had bratwurst & sauerkraut Bill was feeling achy toward evening with a bit of a cough all day Weather: A few rain showers in the morning in Großholzhausen but cleared in the afternoon; High of ...
... anchovies, sardines, a variety of cheeses and meats, only to name a few... I was lucky to have a traveling partner who also would call herself a "foodie", so we both loved trying the authentic Italian cuisine. With plenty of time to spare, we ventured back to St. Mark's Square. We grabbed some gelato, found a good spot on the steps of the square, and enjoyed some people watching. It soon began to rain, and when I say rain, I mean downpour. The ...
... that I was a bit older and to experience it with my students. Dachau was a former concentration camp, which is not the same as an extermination camp, but nonetheless one of the most famous camps during Hitler's reign in power. Even though the focus of the camp was not to "exterminate", thousands and thousands of individuals died at Dachau because of the terrible conditions and treatment they received. And even though Dachau was not originally meant to "exterminate", ...