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A nice sleep in today (6:00) good buffet breakfast, and we were "wheels rolling"at 7:30 on our way to Germany. The motorway to Germany was not particularly interesting and Bern suggested that we would not be missing much if we had a nap. :). As we approached the boarder Bern announced that we would stop at a service station for a comfort stop. She warned us that the service station itself was basic ( and it was just like a small service centre with a ...
... cost us 10 euro). Well, it was a bit longer walk than we expected and we took one wrong turn and had to double back, but after 2 1/2 hours we made it! Delicious sandwiches from the gas station down the street, and a bottle of wine made everything all right. The hotel clerk said we were the only people she ever knew who walked from the ...
... to occur.
Actually West Germany absorbed Eastern Germany if you go into it, but the process undid 40 years of separation and border control along the Iron Curtain. It is a matter of opinion, just like the Euro currency, as to whether or not the reunification was a good thing. A lot of East Germans felt a loss of identity and it certainly cost the government over a TRILLION Euros over the past 20 ...
Got up reasonably early, had breakfast and checked out of the Miramar. It was a really nice stay and it was so convenient to everything. Walked the 200 yards to the railway station and got a train to the airport to pick up our rental car. Ran into a group from WA at the Europcar desk, they're off to Munich, us to Heidelberg. Interesting, reserved an Audi, it was actually a ...
... and just beyond) are ultra-modern (two of the most modern in
Germany). By contrast the historic cars
on the upper funicular have been running since the route was extended in
1907. The original funicular and tracks
were opened in 1890. The tracks are
extremely steep, with some sections having a 40+% gradient (way too steep to
walk up!!) ...