Mercure Kikuoka Golf Club
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Enjoyed the location. Internet not good and staff do not speak English.
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... way but mostly by the road. This wasn't a problem as there were not many cars around. The river is from a large lake formed by a hydro dam that supplies the majority of the countries water. We wandered into the Outdoor Art Gallery at Lultzehausen, which is six large carved stone sculptures, each unique, set in the woods and fields.
Matty hung with his dad for the day... and loved it.
We headed south on Friday morning and vowed that we would stay off the autobahns when and where possible. All is possible with the GPS in the rental as we just selected no autobahn travel and we are glad we did. We had some really amazing cross-country scenic routes each of the three days since we left - sights we would otherwise never have seen.
We had a light meal along the Rhine on Friday and then headed ...
Day 3 - Sunday, 7th September, 2014
We woke up at about 8.30am and Gilly immediately launched a tirade of abuse against me claiming that I had kept him awake all night through my snoring. This is from a bloke who has perfected the art of snoring whilst sleeping on his front. I have previously had to suffer sleepless nights in Hong Kong, Dublin to name a a few, when on tours with Gilly.
Although a ...
... as well as tickets for the city hop-on hop-off bus. We had a very enjoyable hours' ride around on the top deck, even though there was no commentary. Once back we went in to the Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin, it was all lit with candles and very pretty, but there was a service taking place so we went down in to the crypt for a while. Then we wandered up past the Grand Duke's Palace to see the guards marching up and down. Opposite was a ...
... pizza, and chicken cordon bleu at a German restaurant. For the wine tour, I tried a new white grape varietal - auxerrois. Not bad.
Finally, I had been told it was boring nightlife-wise, but Saturday night was buzzing, although Sunday and Monday were dead, really dead. For anyone reading this for advice, you want to go to the Clausen area at night, and especially The Pyg. And, with that, I am off to