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Typical Ibis. No surprises here. Great location near Bahnhof. Walk to everything. Parking €17
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We set off early this morning to hopefully beat the expected heavy traffic on the autobahn at the end of a four day holiday. But first we had breakfast. These German B and B's certainly know how to turn up a good spread. Once again excellent. Lovely fresh strawberries, meats, cheeses, tomato salad, salmon, eggs and all the amazing accompaniments. …
... go out to Starnberg, where she used to live, and go to a place called Andech’s which is a brewery.
Wednesday arrives and Lori is up and out before 6am. I didn’t have to meet her at work until 12pm so I hung around her apartment in the morning (I don’t have to call it a flat anymore!). We jumped on the first train to Starnberg and she zipped me around town showing me what used to be her life. Starnberg is a rich little town tucked in the hills by a lake. It ...
... from there which would be much quicker. The journey along Lake Geneva was really pretty and made you think it would have been great to have cycled it. Took 2-3 hrs to get to Zurich where we had a 2 hr wait for the next one to Schaffhausen, we asked about the direct train but were told that it only had room for 4 bikes & the places were booked. We went to Burger King in the station which had internet so the wait isn't too bad, there was an interesting group of young American ...
We met Otto at 11.00am next to the Fish Fountain in Marienplatz in front of the 'new’ Town Hall, Hofbrauhaus, as opposed to the ‘old’ town hall.
On the hour the bells played and the figures in the top tier turned round; two men jousting. As one knocked the other off his horse, the figures ...
... and I think he spent more on shoe polish than I earn in a year. Turns out he was in construction in Iran, turns out business is going off with a bang so to speak.
Just walking along isles we had already covered we saw a swag of new things, including a massive blade off a wind turbine, and yesterday we walked straight past it. We were also on the lookout for bad England slogans, and found two classics.
Feel the Elephant - not sure i want to ...