- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... they keep themselves in the right lane. AND they do not speed. They must have their speed capped at 90km-100km.
But let me tell you - there is one helluva pole of truck traffic. Cars can drive in that lane too but it really is too slow.
That being the case, I tried to stick to the middle lane with the slow trucks on my right and the evel kneel on my left. But that's not how it goes. Before I know what's ...
... town was rich in agriculture which made it an economic factor in the region. However, the Thirty Years' War took its toll. The town was hurt by armies who passed by, the plague, and they were captured several times by the military. The reason this town remains a medieval walled city was due to the fact they were too poor to modernize. Today it is a tourist attraction for their ...
... us to eat more because "there's no food in Switzerland!". Erwin drove us to the train station and while many people would let us out in the parking lot and say goodbye, not Jonas or his dad. They parked the car, walked us to the track, and didn't leave until we got on the train.
We thanked them as we said goodbye, but there's really no way to express our appreciation. Everything about spending time with Jonas and his family ...
... before we were all in our seats, but we made it!
We traveled back home to Darmstadt where we stayed about 2 hours. Then we drove 2 1/2 hours to Rothenburg Ob Der Tauber. We checked into the hotel, ate dinner and then went on a Night Watchman Tour where we were introduced to the the history of the town in a fun and entertaining hour.
... up 1250 km, this includes the distances I rode to visit my friends in Switzerland.
This morning I spend a bit strolling through the old city of Nurnberg. This very historic place would definitely be worth staying longer, but my time is limited, can't go for a decade.....
Before leaving,my friendly guesthouse receptionist could sense the panic I always feel, when finding out the way of big cities. He draw a map for ...