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Travel Blogs from Paderborn
... of Brilon for our overnight stay and the access should have been very straight forward, but someone had closed the exit ramp we needed....a quick revision by the satnav, 26km added on (how annoying) and we arrived at Camping & Ferienpark for the night.
It is a lovely site, 2km outside town and has terraces on a hillside with views of the rolling hills. The owner ...
... often blaring music out at full volume. It was quite a sight! After the lake we headed home to freshen up before going to dinner with Günter and Alu in a wonderful traditional German restaurant in Lüdenscheid. It was a lovely last evening, and we had a real laugh. Late in the evening I also received an email saying that I had gotten a job interview in Exeter, which topped off my last proper day in Germany perfectly!
On the ...
... on a route back to the site! Managed to work out from the Bus Route which direction Winterberg was so followed the road figuring it would be the quickest route! There was a lot of climbing (Again), hail storms with zero visibility and more thunder, I arrived back after 16.5 miles of riding and 1600ft of climbing!
We stayed ...
... was so nice (and cheap) we decided to stay a
second night so went for another cycle, the opposite way round the
lake and visiting the town of Korbeck (Sp??), which is by the lake,
it seemed a bit of a Seaside town with little happening, there was a
Supermarket at least so we got some supplies, the cycle was 12.5miles
pictures can do the rest of the ...
... We went directly to the steeple in the middle of town, which turned out to be the Evangelical Reformed Church of Detmold, which could have been where my great grandpa attended church. Another stunning church, beautiful architecture. We asked around and we're told to go to the Saturday market and find the tourism office. The market was hustling and bustling and the smells of lentil soup and ham hocks made us ...