Gasthaus Hotel Backmulde
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... factors are scope or extent, time and budget. You can only select one of these factors as the primary one. For example if you want to buy a car and you have a limited budget then that is the determining factor. Or if money is no object then certain details or accessories might be important. But if you need a car right away then you are more likely to take what is available. Then it is just a matter of planning ...
... into building something so intricate and vast. I know this is nothing compared to some other European sights we will come across, but it was still incredible. The monastery was nestled in the sleepy town of Maulbronn at the foot of some hills. On the hills was a vineyard, which was really picturesque. In this region, the vineyards are all grown on hillsides, which seems kind of challenging. Enjoy the ...
... it makes driving so much better.
Right into the city I stopped and started looking in my satnav for a hotel.
I drove around and checked out a few but finally ended up staying at one right
on the edge of the old town.
At first the hotel said their parking garage is full and my would have to
sit out in the street but after a few kind words they finally managed to squeeze
it in. At the end of the day a motorcycle is not really a big machine in a
parking garage ...
... the bus we had the usual mix of old people , young mums, tourists but this time we had 3 young guys, together with their very gung ho mountain bikes, on board. They were going to the top and then riding, I presume, at break neck speed to the bottom. The whole mountain is crisscrossed with paths and is heavily wooded and a popular area for hiking and biking. Sat an admired the view had a coffee and decided not too wait 45 ...
... and you have to pay attention because you can easily miss the right turn.
Eventually we came to the crossroads with the E8 and I was back on familiar ground. Ryota and I did this section last year although we took a different route to begin with. The time seemed to whiz by as we snaked our way down the switchbacks into the Neckar Valley once more and it wasn't long before we crossed the Cumin Creek and ...