Ringhotel Alpenhof Augsburg
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... pretty awesome!!
Since today was mostly a train day, steps and mileage are lower – 7,575 steps with 3.34 miles – and feet still holding up fine!!
Pictures today will be scarce because not much was open except McDonalds (no picture needed there) and not too much scenery from the train or Augsburg. More to come in the next few days!!
... to admit it yet.
During our stay in Ingenried, we were constantly and enthusiastically encouraged to explore the local environment.
We were supplied with good bikes and more or less thrown on to the street to unearth the local treasures. Unbeknownst to us, the area was famous for it's castles, built by the allegedly mad King Ludwig, the last King of Bavaria. He seemed to have a habit ...
... wandered back towards the hotel as the clouds got blacker and even more fierce-looking, and the wind picked up. As we arrived and walked into the covered entryway, the heavens opened with a huge gust of wind, and it started pouring like crazy! We stood in the hotel vestibule watching the intense storm, and after a minute, we heard hailstones crashing down - we were pretty amazed at our good fortune, and our great timing! We made it back in the nick of time, to avoid ...
... Are we going to eat in the near future?" (and I'm pretty sure he said it like that, one phrase without having someone answer)). It was CRAZY awesome!!! It was a Japanese restaurant called "Tokyo" and it was a buffet, but not one where you get up and go to find the dishes, but where the dishes are put on a conveyor belt and circle the tables! It was AWESOME!!! I tried vegetarian sushi (meaning sticky rice, wrapped in seaweed (I think) with a small piece ...
... in them that this should never happen again.
Its also worth mentioning the fantastic audioguides that we carried around with us, they were full of great info on the various aspects of the camp but most of all they had recounts from actual inmates at the camp and the soldiers that liberated it, very moving stuff.
We exited the site feeling a bit drained from all the death and dying so we decided to head south for the mountains once again in the hope that it will be ...