Quality Hotel Augsburg
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... an extremely detailed walking tour which must have taken him hours to prepare so we hope our documenting does it justice. We walked to the hotel from the train station as it wasn't a long walk. The hotel is quite good, includes breakfast, a very good size bedroom and bathroom, comfortable bed and isn't a long walk to the trams, shops and Augsburg city centre and we're about 40 mins away from Munich by train. We had a wander around ...
... red, green and white. Attached to each ballon is a postcard with the address of the child in the hope that someone will find the card and write them a letter.
After the defeat, we wandered on down towards the Fuggerei. The Fuggerei is a walled enclave within the city and is the world's oldest social housing complex which still in use. It was founded by the Fugger family in 1516 for citizens of Augsburg who were impoverished to live. By 1523, 52 ...
... and brother attended, as well as charly and Grascillas mum and the four of us. What a great day! They are all so lovely and friendly and it was really another beautiful party.
After everyone had left we stayed and chatted to Grascilla and Manual who both reminded me of friends we had at home. They were about 30 years old and very cool. Grascilla is a teacher at a school for kids with intellectual disabilities and manual is a technician. Their house is decorated in a 50s ...
... Jewish, and even Russian Orthodox. The camp remains dreary and dreadful but the grass is green, the trees are lush, and with a little hope and imagination, you can see the strength of the human spirit.
Lots of things there said things like "Never Forget" and implied "this will never happen again." Unfortunately, the reality is that this same practice has been happening in North Korea for several decades... this must be stopped, but how?
... due to the appalling weather . We stopped twice for a church and lunch but we kept loosing the Romantic Road - its not one road but a number of roads and the signs aren't always easy to see or follow , so we did keep loosing the road. The total length of the "road " is 350 km. The campsite we stayed at is near Legoland but the forecast is so bad for tomorrow I think we'll give it a ...