Gasthaus Hotel Wauer
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Over here in Germany we have been seeing signs for 'spaghetti ice cream' and every time we see the sign we screw our faces up... Wow not anymore, Oh my Lordy it is so delicious. The iced is very hard, pushed through a pasta machine, clumped into a bowl (it even looks like spaghetti) then topped with raspberry or strawberry sauce with finely grated white chocolate on top. Have a look and see what you think? Spaghetti ice cream ...
... to the lady and said she noticed the wash machine and could she pay her to wash clothes? The lady (we later found out her name was Honey), said we were free to use the machines (a washer and a dryer!) for free. Cheryl insisted on paying. She said “2 euro for the soap.” This really made Cheryl’s day as we had been wondering where next to have laundry done. So for most of the day we were in and out, seeing sights and working in four ...
... commercial pilots from all over Europe. A shed was cleaned out specifically to house the Tiger for two night's but given how dirty the bike is I suspect the shed is cleaner than our motorcycle. After a beautifully prepared breakfast (under candlelight no less) we had planned to take the short ride into Rothenburg but the weather has sadly turned a bit damp giving us an opportunity to catch up on some washing and emails. ...
... of the countryside of SE Minnesota/SW Wisconsin. About lunchtime we pulled into the city of Dinkelsbuhl. This town is billed as an "almost unspoilt townscape dating back over 400 years, ... one of the best preserved medieval towns in Germany". It certainly lived up to its billing. We found a sidewalk cafe and had lunch, Sheryl had Norwegian salmon and I had pork schnitzel. ...
... Not as little as we were expecting. There was a lovely feel about the place. Quite Brugges-esque but with a smaller, more chilled, more intimate feel. So we wandered the cobbled streets in the sunshine and stopped for a coffee before heading on to the next stop. You could definitely spend a good few days here. Loads of shops, bars and restaurants to delight the senses and bleed the ...