Ringhotel Alpenhof Augsburg
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... One minute, we were climbing up hilly, forested terrain and the next the countryside was flat, arable land or wineries.
The amount of road construction and improvements here in Germany is just so impressive. I waved at a guy in the most enormous digger as he shifted tonnes of hardcore in a huge bucket.
Lovely campsite and a very pleasant evening was a great way to end of a brilliant ...
... The sculptures were incredible. Some people who had spent time in Dachau created sculptures that remain in the camp today. One is all black, with people, skin and bones. You could see their ribs and cheek bones. They were mangled, in various shapes. This sculpture was meant to represent the suicides commited every single day from running into the electric fence.
Things got very real in the bunker. ...
... I woke up to the carriage full and people sitting next to us. We hadn't even noticed them shuffling along to sit in the 2 spare places of our 4 seater. And the funny thing was that Paul was sleeping with his mouth wide open facing the lady who sat next to him. He began to slowly wake up, opened his eyes a little, realised that his face was hanging towards her shoulder with his mouth open and quickly closed it, turning towards the window and pretending that he ...
... where they had all come from I have no idea, there can't be many surfing opportunities in such a mainly land locked country, but there must have been ten or so guys and a couple of young boys who would show off their skills before predictably becoming ensconced in the waves and being washed down river, only to jump back onto the bank ready to go again.
After a few hours in Munich, we all jumped in the van ...
Monday saw us head back to Rothenburg for a second
look. The busloads of tourists wandering
around on Friday last, made navigating the cobblestone streets (on bikes) a bit
of a challenge. We were in luck, as
Monday turned out to be a lot quieter than Friday and navigation was easier,...
although the heat of the day was a bit of a bummer (around 36 degrees). I did talk about Rothenburg in a previous
blog so ...