Ringhotel Alpenhof Augsburg
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... on our stop of the city tour, part of the monastery and the largest Protestant church in Augsburg with a beautiful interior. Within the church is the Fugger chapel, also the burial site of the Fugger family. The beautiful ceiling frescoes were painted by Johann Georg Bergmuller. St. Anne's is also where in 1518 Martin Luther stayed with the friars when he was there to meet with the papal legate Cardinal Cajetan.
On the bus ride ...
... with plum jam inside, steamed and in a soup of custard. It was so sweet and the custard was amazing. Mmmmmm so good!
After the markets, we had a little visit to Charlys work, washtec, had a coffee at their local cafe and went and hired a movie, Hugo.
We then returned to the flat, made a nice dinner, watched the movie and drank hot chocolates with the fire keeping us warm, and then fell asleep before midnight. Another lovely day in ...
... prices for a bed due to Oktoberfest beginning at the end of the week. I am talking about beds that would normally cost 20 euros now advertised as 160 euros!! For a bed in a dorm! Hmmmm let's look at another option.
So we went to the ticket office and discovered that our ticket enables us to catch a train to anywhere in Bavaria for one day, as many trips as we like! It was such a relief that we didn't have to buy another ticket as the weather was still ...
... but didn't really have much time to take photos. Then the tour ended so I went into the yellow church that was detailed and very white inside. Then I headed down through the gates to find the surfing river. Walked down to a parked and asked a chicky where it was. She said I had missed it and it was about 20 minutes back the other way so went back and found the English park that was filled with old naked men it was really weird. Didn't see any naked woman just men. Then I ...
... if he forgot and I should take the bus... at 16:15 I heard a honk and saw him. "Where have you been?" "On that corner! I thought you said not to wait here because you had to pay to park in here." Turns out he wanted to meet at the entrance of the parking lot and had gotten there and the drove to the train station and back... but we should have seen each other at some point, I mean, I am not the smallest person and I was standing on the street corner ...