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... special and very Austrian.
Back in the car to our next stop; Poland and our worst driving experience along continuous roadworks and traffic jams, European traffic sux! - what was meant to be a 5 hour drive ended up 8 long and annoying hours. With a grumpy mind we were not sure what to expect of Poland, our whole Polish visit was centred around the Auchwitz camps which was a must for me to see however Krakow was a ...
... A nice evening walk we did a lot of times is go to the cemetery. It is close and not only a resting place but also like a little park with benches to sit down. And a lot of interesting gravestones to discover – reading them, discover the different stones and how they plant the graves, or to see that once in a while a ...
... about the smell” said a farmer after transporting pigs in 1950. A Canadian Chemist found 2 years later an answer: he soaked paper trees with a perfume and invented the magic tree.
... Memorial – Siegessaeule: from 1935 to honor the fallen soldiers in WWI – original it had a swastika on the top – it got put away near the train depot and today is back on the marketplace in memory of all the fallen soldiers of WWI & WWII.
The time has come. This time our goodbyes are for keeps with Rach and Phil, its not athing we had been looking forward too. We spent some great times together and this short stint was no exception.
We left Munich and embarked on our trip to Stuttgart. We were lucky that traffic was good so we didn't stop any where before this and we got off and waited for the guys out the front of the hostel. They pulled up with Rach’s head out the passenger window and ...