Hotel St. Georg
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... up that we made our way through at a dwindling pace. With our feet screaming we made our way back into the old town and sat in a square and ordered some drinks. We people watched and listened to buskers plying their trade. Was truly relaxing and refreshing. But, with the sound of thunder rolling in the distance, we decided to make tracks to the car and back to our guest house for the night. Given we had a late lunch, we decided to skip dinner and hit the pillow. ...
... in Europe. By this stage the weather had closed in on us, talking some of the gloss off the views and making for rather drab photographs. Thunder and lightning made the motorbikers scram to get back down on dry roads, we pushed on further for a few more km's before it was decided to turn back around, not even half way to the final point, a close up view of the Grossglockner Pasterze, the longest glacier of the eastern Alps. Visibility was diminishing and since our hotel is just ...
... With our robes and swimsuits on...and with great trepidation we entered the adult zone, naked area only.
We were the only ones there. It was desolate. Just the two of us!
We swam, we sat on the lounges, we drank refreshments and we had a sauna, we had a steam. Most importantly though, we never took our swim suits off!
Suck it nudists/Europeans! We had a spa day too!
Love to all!
This past Tuesday Andy's mom, Barb, and sister, Carly, came to visit us in Ulm! We were very excited to have them here, as we had some day trips planned for things we had not yet explored in Germany.
Wednesday was Carly's 22nd birthday, so we wanted to let her choose what she wanted to see during her time in Germany. She mentioned wanting to see a concentration camp, so I researched into it, and there was one right outside of Munich, called Dachau. ...
The train ride from Vienna was breathtaking as we traveled through a gorgeous valley surrounded by striking mountains. Zell Am See is a beautiful town on a lake in the valley. We were so happy to see such gorgeous mountains and get out of the city even for just a day. We spent our entire time in awe of Mother ...