Travel Blogs from Vohenstrauss
... and there was a massive thunder storm. Ger had to pull over in a parking stop in order for the storm to pass over. The rain was so bad that he had to drive up onto the footpath next to the toilet door so that Mick could get out!!! After a nice ...
... the lake.
Once organized we jumped in the car to head
to, yep you guessed it, another brewery (!), this time a family run brewery,
Jacob, where nobody spoke English in town and we were really grasping at straws
to find where to go and what to order. A bier garden in the sunshine on another
lake of the area, it felt more of an adventure with a clear language barrier in
a tiny isolated town.
It was again ...
... a couple more times and we have been to visit him in Amberg. He lets us use his apartment, helps with whatever we need, we travel to Prague together.
Dieter has a long-time friend who travels with us. She doesn’t speak much English but I do love her and wish we could speak together. She gave me her clothes when my bag didn’t arrive right away once. She always makes sure we ...
Ever onward! We went to the airport to exchange cars at Avis.
Another travel hint: cars may be rented for a maximum of 28 days on a contract. This is whether you rent and extend by the week or just a lump sum. After 28 days the contract must be renewed.
The next car was a Peugeot 5008, getting 57mgp. I do not understand why we can't buy these cars in the U.S. It is a SUV with seating for 6, 5 with the ...
This is the problem when I don't fill in this entry the day of the ride. Today we finished day 5 and realised that I had not done a entry for this day. What I can tell you is after the ride we booked into Hotel Poste for 76 Euros including breakfast, and after our routine post ride showers and washing of clothes we headed out the door right onto the main ...