InterCity Hotel Augsburg
Travel Blogs from Augsburg
... must be eaten before midday. Weisswürst is a white sausage made of pork which Paul thinks tastes like chicken. He says it was a nice sausage but 'different.' Asking for me clarification, he replies 'it has herbs and stuff,'
I obviously had the vegetarian version which consisted of pretzels and strong cheese dip which is orange and really nice with pretzels. Also replacing the beer with a cup of tea ;-)
We then went into town just in time ...
... each to wear to the celebration. Everyone was wearing traditional Mexican dress and it was such a great atmosphere. A very lovely evening. We were lucky that a lot of people could speak english so were able to mingle.
Most of the couples had met many years ago when Germany installed a lot of machinery and equipment in Mexico and South America. There the engineers and technicians met their soon to be wives and in this case they moved back to Germany together and settled.
... on the gate in the wall around the city,.. she saw that the gate was open. It should have been secured t protect the
city. The pig was seen as the protector
of the city from that time on. Good
story,... particularly the part about the wife going out,.. in the dead of
night,.. to get her husband another jug of beer!! Very touching, don’t you agree? Coll’s
comment,... “In your dreams, Gazza,.. in your dreams!”
... has organised an afternoon tea. The chef at the konditorei in Freidberg personally delivers a stunning schwarzwälder kirschtorte (blackforest cherry cake) to Astrid's home.
We are joined by my cousin Walter from Munich who brings with him plenty of good humour (and a different coloured bunch of flowers for each of the girls). It is really nice to see my aunty and cousin again, and ...
... float about, the city noise you can hear, but its quiet.
Today they were filming a documentary don't know who that's all they said, doing a time lapse of the front gate of people coming and going so if we ever see this documentary well see us leaving. Was kinda weird but not at same time. The German I believe form of ROTC for Army Navy and Air ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed