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... at a warm and sunny LEGOLAND, Evan was over the moon as we kept passing signs and eventually LEGO blocks along the side of the road.
We checked in, parked the van on our pitch, locked the doors and walked straight into LEGOLAND. The holiday village come campsite has its own forested walk into a back entrance, taking only 10 minutes. We jumped on the LEGO express train to get our bearings. We then had a good look round the park and shops before stopping for ice creams in ...
... in Munich today. We will keep the car until mid-October and then return it before flying home from Stockholm.
The best part of the arrangement was finding ourselves just an hour away from where Lars' son Micke live in Bad Wörishofen. We had visited him at Easter but it was wonderful to have another chance to see him and Jessica and of course Niklas.
We arrived ...
... stop music, and everyone just having fun. The waitresses are exactly how you would imagine them, carrying about 6 stein glasses each. That is tough work when it is hard enough to drink from one of them without breaking your wrist. In the end it was a really fun night, with me staggering back to the train and making my way back to Augsburg.
... ourselves down, but by the time we have finished our beer (small beers, I may add), the place is full, and most people have ordered what look like very nice meals.
We resist, and set off for some gentle sightseeing.
It is what we have come to expect of the region, lots of quaint half timbered buildings, with beautifully preserved and ...
... that the station (Bahnhof) is only a short distance away.
We walk to the railway station, it turns out to be only about 500metres away, check out the time and frequency of the trains, and also how to work the ticket machine.
I should explain, the train does not routinely stop at Laudenbach, if you want the train to stop for you, you have to be on the platform and signal it to ...