Ringhotel Faehraus Farge
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Well, we didn't get to Bremerhaven, either. The authorities thought that the high winds at the locks passing into the North Sea would make it too dangerous, so we found out last night after dinner that we'd be staying in Amsterdam until 3 PM, when we would then depart for Oslo.
No problem for us...I needed a day off to rest my weary bones after two 10K ...
... but the museum didn't offer access to anything new for her. We left Bremerhaven behind and headed toward Thüringen. That meant more crazy autobahn driving, but also really beautiful green scenery with lots of rolling hills and tall trees. We stopped in Mühlhausen to look around and have some dinner. We wandered into the Catholic Church and had a non-productive conversation with a German nun. ...
... road to our hotel and instead led us to a farmhouse. We had a pretty drive on our misadventure so it wasn't a total waste. I never thought I would say this, but thank God for Siri. Actually thank God for Boy Siri-- I use him because I fight less with him than with girl Siri. He actually got us to where we needed to. And thank God for T-Mobile and free data internationally. Also I got to drive on the autobahn! My top speed: 140km per hour. ...
A move into Germany, staying at a camp site near a Lake on the East of the City; it was next to the A1 Autobahn and under the flight path to Bremen Airport. As you can guess, not the quietest night we have had so far!
The Navigator even went for a run a round the 3.5Km lake; I walked in the opposite ...
... connected to the home network, eager to see our cat and check in that everything was okay (it is--she looks happy as can be and we're so grateful that everything worked out!) I'm just sitting down to my takeaway meal--lamb and ale pie with mashed potatoes! Yum!--so I'll sign off now. Tomorrow, and the rest of our last week in the capital, is shaping up to be quite relaxed, with lots of time to fit in the things we haven't done yet...should be a fine way to cap off this ...