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... had in Germany. Andrea and I enjoyed an ice cold local hoppy beer as the sausages cooked.
Miles driven since leaving home 820
Day 18 - Enzklosterle
Evan and I took the bikes down to the village bakery for breakfast croissants and Brezil's, we had also ran out of coffee so stopped at the tiny general store for coffee and fruit. It seems very odd leaving your bike outside of shops without locking it.
... restaurant that does not have sausage of any type, Evan was not happy. However Evan then eventually ate something new, chicken nuggets hurray! Andrea and I enjoyed chicken gyros with tzatziki along with Rothaus Pils and Export.
We got back to the site and played some outdoor games with Evan as promised for eating something new before the rain started. We then realised that we have not watched TV and Evan hasn't played on ...
... along with local wine. Too bad we're only here for one night!
After dinner we enjoyed the evening sky from our balcony before turning in. One more big day of driving tomorrow - a few stops planned along the way before we end up in Würzburg. We've visited once before and didn't have much time to spend there, so we're hoping we can get there in time to see a little more. Plus, my brother is heading down from Denmark to meet us there for the night. Should be fun!
... climbing roses and potted plants. The terrace leads down to a lower level where there are a couple of sheds, a small tree, shrubs and garden beds. Because of the harsh winters, potted plants have to be stored in the insulated shed which can be warmed if necessary. The whole outlook is extremely restful and so hard to believe that we are in town. They are also fortunate to have a basement for extra storage - doubles as a wine cellar. Slasher is jealous because the ceiling is so ...
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Every Sunday night there is a sneak preview in the cinema in Mannheim in English so we tagged along with Paula to see a film which turned out to be Playing For Keeps (Kiss the Coach - German title) which is a drama surrounding an ex-professional football player coaching his son's team to win him back. It had its moments, but certainly nothing I would have voluntarily seen. It was the first film I've seen in 6 months though!