Ibis Augsburg Hauptbahnhof
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Having done the packing up last night, all we had to do today was disconnect everything and go, but we did it slowly and not early, as we only had 111 miles to go to our next site and were not allowed to arrive before 2pm.
We were sad to leave Grubhof as we had really enjoyed our time there, and the weather seemed to be set fair for the foreseeable future, but Germany was calling and off we went. It was an easy ...
... to our liking. There was a wooden bench fixed to two walls, a simple wooden table and a wood burning stove, not that we would be needing it at this time of year, with the temperature still in the mid thirties. The mosquito net although very frustrating to have catching on your feet and face whilst sleeping was an invaluable companion, although not completely mosquito proof. The biggest problem for me the whole trip ...
... four different types of beer that they made there and he was very impressed. For dinner Paul had roast pork and a potato dumpling with gravy and I had a baked potato with salad. It was soooo delicious! And full of people too, especially on a Wednesday night! Doesn't hugely surprise me, it was a very authentic place with nice and not too expensive meals.
After dinner we returned to the hostel and read a few chapters of the new book before going to sleep.
... to packing light and forcing yourself to take a break), we headed to the much less touristy but just as cute town of Dinkelsbuhl, also on the Romantische Strasse (Romantic Road). We had a nice lunch and visited their beautiful church, Georgskirche, before hitting the road again.
A bit more than an hour later landed us in Augsburg. Augsburg is ...
... they didn't seem to have any customers for a while, but I would not allow myself to eat, not for a while), and I paced... finally the hour was up and I stood on the corner looking for Aileen's dad. And looking. And looking. And then I started to panic. It was 16:02, and he said 16:00, and Germans are punctual! I laughed a little at my own freaking out over this, but soon it was 16:04, then 16:05, and then 16:10, and I wondered if he had went to a different ...