Hotel Gasthof Zur Linde
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Today we had to wake up early to board the buses for our final destination: Germany. On our way to our hotel we stopped at Dachau, one of the largest concentration camps from World War II. Seeing an actual concentration camp helped me understand why we can still visit them. The concentration camps serve as a reminder to future generations so that …
... a bag of pretzels. Maybe this would keep us from starving before we arrived in Rothenbuerg at 8:00 p.m. We would be later getting there because of missing the last train by 5 seconds. Oh well, I could satisfy myself by remembering that we’d be in our quaint little medieval city of Rothenbuerg where we could get a good supper. Junior and I went up to the platform number that was supposed to be the one to board our train to Hof. Remember now, ...
Al is still not feeling well. He is coughing and coughing - and keeping me up at night too. So, needless to say we slept in and didn't go on any of the tours. Most of the tours required at least an hour ride and we just weren't up to that...I am still tired and then my stomach gets queasy. A lot of the other passengers are complaining of various illnesses...anyway, there were just a few ...
... divide. We have passed through 42 of the 64 locks of our journey. We are approaching the more populated and industrial areas of Germany as is evident by the increase in buildings and industrial sites along the river, the increased traffic, the roads and bridges (massive structures over the river) and rail networks. As I write this blog the river runs alongside a major rail line and high speed trains fly past in either direction about every 3 ...
The sun has snuck out which is wonderful. Enjoying the passing autumnal scenery. Had a glass blowing demonstration from an entertaining salesman. Then a visit to a home of a local for sponge and strudel. Lovely people and great village. House heated hydronically in the ...