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Travel Blogs from Bad Tölz
... the view was beautiful, although we wished the clouds hanging around the mountains would have left. On the return journey we came across a tractor show in Aushau village where there were many locals dressed in traditional costume and a typical Bavarian band playing; it was fantastic to wander around and see some of the old machinery ...
... I would have liked. We were only in the hostel for a half hour before we had to leave so we could return the bikes before mass. We got to the city pretty quickly (but it was still pretty rainy) but we could not find the store. So what we thought would be a 15-20 minute bike ride ended up being 45 minutes in the cold rain, followed by walking to St. Peter's for mass. I enjoyed biking in the rain far too much to be normal. However, the sitting in the cold dark church was ...
... we hear. First day is massive! Go strong till 6pm when all kicked out so hit some dodgems.. Hilarious drunk an home time by 10pm. Day 2, great recap stories in the morning, rained so most tenters bailed an jumped in buses. Vanilla didn't make it an few extras so a lot of people. Jake had 8 or 9 everynight.. Back in there by 11am, get a stunning pork knuckle an the beers flow all too easily. Great day an back to the pig pen, over do it abit an back in bed by 8pm.. Day ...
... I went and checked in for just myself as I usually do and the girl at the front counter told me she got off work at 8:00 and would be having a beer around the campfire if I wanted to join her. Lol. I still managed to pull off the single occupancy without any blips.
We cooked up a grand feast after getting stuck in the rain on the way back from the supermarket. We retired to the tent when I decided I wanted to go grab a stein of beer and meet people. Sure enough, I ...
... veterans began telling stories about what a wonderful place Ettal was and the travel newbies ooohed and awwed and said, "We wish we could've seen it!" Our chauffeur Jose (pronounced with a hard "J") let Helmut know we were only 10 minutes away and could make a quick stop. That made everyone happy. Ettal is home to the Ettal Abbey which was built in 1330. Construction was made possible by Emperor Ludwig the Bavarian in fulfillment of an oath on his return from Italy, on a site ...