Ibis Augsburg Hauptbahnhof
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... it opened. There was our double bed all made up, with the key and the wifi code on the table. Winners! A note at reception would have been nice, but still, crisis averted so no complaints here. We checked our gear in and headed straight across the road to the coolest bar in Augsburg, Bob's Rock and Roll Bar. Great music, great food and the best Pale Ale Steve has had in the last 72 hours. Good times!
Good morning everyone,
Apologies for the delay in posting..again.. Distractions distractions.
we are now in Nürnberg but this story will wait for another couple of posts....
Today was a very lovely day with Charly and Hubert. We felt as though we were really living in Augsburg, doing the Bavarian thing.
Breakfast began with Weisswürst and pretzels with sweet mustard and a beer. This apparently is a traditional Bavarian ...
... Day was on the 15th of this month however it was decided that Charlys mum Grascilla and her friends would celebrate it tonight. We were so lucky to be invited!
We all went to a nice little cafe in the next town from Augsburg and were met by about 30 people, mostly from Mexico and South America with their husbands (whom were mostly German) and their very cute children. Everybody bought a dish and we all had a great feast.
Charlys mum lent charly and I a ...
... we have already
mentioned the commitment the Germans have to recycling,.. another amazing thing
is their commitment to solar power. It
seems every farm we passed had HUGE areas of solar cells standing in the fields
collecting power from the sun. I mean
HUGE areas,... multiple football field sizes (one of the photos included). I
don’t know how it works here,.. whether they use their own solar energy or put
it in to the ...
... roll call plaza and the fence line. Having read about concentration camps and seen them depicted in many movies I thought I was prepared to see one in person. I was not. As Nonnie said, it was in color and not in black and white, as we had all seen in historical pictures. I am really at a loss for words in describing Dachau. I will post pictures tomorrow evening.