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... ending at the Schnapps distillery business where the group was greeted with a plate of about seven different varieties of sausage and German bread. It was explained that a Schnapps tasting would not be good on an empty stomach. Following the sausages the group were shown around the property and distillery which was located in the cellar that had a regulated temperature of about 7 degrees. For the tasting the group moved to ...
... our knight suits again and charged towards the ruins !!! However, we quickly realised that the castle was empty apart from a girl who was looking for tickets to enter...hahaha...we got to the incorrect entrance to where the party was to ...
... 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 ...
... the river.
There was another site where we were able to pull off to meet them. At this site the canoes had to come out of the water and be pulled over some logs, around a block in the river. There is a swing set up and we saw some people swinging before continuing the canoe trip. Sure enough Dale, Bel and Dieter did just that.
Another dinner but this time Greek food. What a change for ...
... pack carry on’s, 1 back pack camera bag and 2carry on duffle bags, an ice chest, our Ferrari bag plus 1 wheel chair. People stood around watching as we packed everything in without an inch to spare. Stuff was everywhere: in the cargo, on the floor of the passengers seating and front passenger flooring. The spectators clapped and cheered when we were able to close the rear door.
Ghislain had made a map for us ...