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How things can change!! We stopped in at the Tourist Info centre to talk to someone about nice places to stay on our way to Cologne. In the course of the conversation this lovely girl mentioned how wonderful Berlin was and we just knew we couldn't miss it!! Jumped in the car and began the 4 hour journey on the Autobahn. It all went very smoothly but there were a number of road works ...
... different colours, to make sure I would get the right way, as he understands too, getting into a city is easy, but out......anyway, his help is greatly appreciated. (I hope he reads this message)
The attached pictures will give you a little impression of today. As in Nurnberg, the warm weather seems to bring people in a real festive mood, an African music festival currently here in Bayreuth topped it really up!
Bye for ...
... a winner! We were less than 300m walk from any of the brewery bars in the city (of which there are close to 10).
A quick bread cheese and meat lunch on our
little balcony and we were off to try the local wares! The first stop was
Fassla brau haus, a brewery located in the new area of the town, but serving some
good quality Lager. Ein grosse bier und ein rot wein and we were happy! But we
then had to have a proper look ...
... are famous for its beer. I tasted some of the dark smoked beer last night.....delicious. The Old City Hall in the middle of the bridge is an amazing site and beautifully painted and decorated. The area around this bridge is called "little Venice" and there are gorgeous little fisherman cottages built on one side. Then we visited ...
What a change – we woke up to clouds and cool temps this morning! Today was a bit of a lazy day, doing jobs around the van like washing and cleaning the car, then towards mid-day the sun came out so we set off for Coburg.
Our destination today was Veste, the castle which overlooks Coburg and is a very impressive structure. We parked at the top of the hill and walked all the way down to the ...