Arabella Brauneck Hotel
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... lookout and managed to get some good photos of it but sadly, as it was ‘out of season’, all the tourist traps were closed. The only coffee we could get was out of a machine! But, hey, we’re back in France, so at least the machine coffee was drinkable!
On the way south through France, we stopped at a B&B (Chambre d’Hotes) in a rather out-of-the-way spot called Viddailot and we decided to stay there again on our way back to ...
... and the bars and cafes were full.
The next day we left Antwerp, and headed to Luxembourg. What a lovely drive. Even though we are on the motorway we can see the beautiful scenery as we drive, sometimes in Luxembourg and sometimes in Belgium. The camp we decided to stay at in Luxembourg looks nice, but as its after lunch the office is closed. We decided then to carry on and end up back in Belgium near the border. This time we camp in a nice little camp in ...
... in the summer. It is quite a nice system.
Once in Berlin I spent all my time Hilde, and with other friends. Café’s and a flea market were the extent of my activities until the last night. Hilde had gone into the hospital and I had finished packing when I got a call from Trevor, who I had met Munich. He had just gotten to town and we ended up going out for too many drinks, and having a grand time. In spite of ...
... previous day. Upon mentioning that we had seen a few old nudists (the weather thankfully saved us this issue again) the guide said that yes it was legal, but that this particular part was the only place in the entire park where it was acceptable to get your kit off. Very unfortunate for us, yet amusing. She also showed us the Eisbach, a wave in a branch of the Isar River that has a surfable wave on it. Was amazing to see these keen souls in ...
... I wanted to live like a gypsy--well, here it is.
Munich was started in the 10th century because of the salt trade. Munich is a very confortable city which I wouldn't necessarily recommend unless one likes beer and luxury goods. It is very clean, the infrastructure and buildings are in excellent shape and there is a very efficient tramway and metro. There were no signs of any bohemian or ...