InterCity Hotel Augsburg
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... metres high with turrets and you can imagine the soldiers inside just laughing mockingly at anyone foolish enough trying to sneak in.
It was handed over gratis to Napoleon in 1800 and used as a guard house since then before becoming a museum in the late 20th C. After getting some amazing snaps of the joint, we wandered back down to the town, soaking up the vibe. There are lots of tourists about, ...
... playing inside, tents with installation art, food stalls from all over the world and clothing, handmade goods and hammocks! There were many other things too, but the thing I liked most about it was that it was entirely fair trade and many of the stalls were run by the person who actually made the item, whether it be funky pottery, clothes, wallets, furniture, wooden kitchens, whatever. And the stuff was so modern and innovative. Recycling at its best! ...
... called Lohwald which was in a town next to Augsburg. It's famous for its spaetzles, especially on Fridays - it's Spaetzle night! Spaetzles are a traditional Bavarian noodle which is grated from the dough into the pot of boiling water which makes the shapes small and squiggly in a way. They are usually served with cheese and another ingredient such as garlic, chilli or ham. Sometimes even mushrooms! They were very delicious and so filling! They were also ...
... the ‘Washhaus’ after a bit of chasing around,.. to be told it was
closed for the day,.. it was a ‘Festival Day’,.. and nothing in Augsburg would
be open today! Bugger! Oh, well,.. let’s head to the next ‘Romatic
Road spot’ and see if we can find a washhaus there. Friedburg wase pretty,.. but a ‘one street’
drive thru. Then it was on to Landsburg,.. a bigger town, according to the
... a day like today? what does a person wear to a concentration camp?"
I finally just put some clothes on and plugged in my computer, brushed my teeth and waited for other people to get up. To be honest, I'm not sure what or if I had breakfast (I would assume fruit if I ate something (I think I had an apricot, otherwise that was last night...). Aileen made me a sandwich (I really enjoy staying with friends, but sometimes there are times when they take care ...