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Tasting unpasteurised beer made using traditional methods was Brendans highlight (drinking my share made it all the more worthwhile) My highlight was dinner.. steak, beans, wedges and grilled vegetables!
... Germany, went quickly and we arrived at 9:30 am.
We walked to the gift shop as our tour didn't start until 10am. Everything was very reasonably priced. A one liter glass mug was only $6. Carlos and Tom bought Erdinger fleese jackets, Miah bought a beer glass with the top shaped like a soccer ball and I bought an Erdinger polo shirt. A 50 person tour bus arrived and this is the group we would be ...
... amazing. Salzberg was very busy, we walked into the old town with the guide Antonia from Spain showing us around Austria. Bit different!! Nice guy tho. Nearly deafened yes on the way home with Mozart and the Sound of Music CDs. Was happy to. get back. It's 11pm and have just come in from the floor show, an Aussie guy who lives in Austria. Brett Reid. Good night. Will write again tomorrow. I need sleep. Love to you all. ...
... jam was spectator created as people slowed down to look at it from the other side!
We stopped to stretch our legs on the A6 near Heilbronn before cruising the last hour back into Mannheim to drop off Paula. After 7 hours on the road, it was good to be back home! So a successful trip for one and all, full of adventures and surprises and a whole lot of walking. Next time we will have to be more German and book an all inclusive beach holiday in Turkey!
... than where we had booked….
Damn details!! There was absolutely no way we were staying in Plzen, so once again poor old Ken jumped in and got us to the correct hotel in very good time (for a man who drives me to distraction with his meandering style of driving in Canberra, the European Ken version is a
demon behind the wheel – very impressive).
Domazlice was a hidden ...