Hotel und Feriendorf St. Hubertus
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... paints at least 8 hours a day. The experience was enjoyable and I managed to finish a small piece of art. Raymondi reckons he has had a good day. A beer and white wine lunch followed by two German beers on the balcony with Helsey, two pre dinner beers with the group, red wine with dinner and three amarettos post dinner as well as the schnapps tasting. Wow! Tomorrow is the Rhine Gorge and Marksburg Castle for dinner, should be ...
... safe to drive through....which it was. We made a grand entrance to the party zone camping area, and received a rapturous applause from the other 8 cars that had arrived before us. That meant that out of the 250 cars on the rally, we were in ...
... a museum based in the
once Nazi headquarters of Nuremberg 1933 until their fall. The museum was
interesting, but naturally very confronting. Each section of the museum
represented a timeline of events during the rise and fall of Hitler and the
Nazis, and with dates of these atrocities occurring within our grandparent’s
lifetime, it became a sobering reminder that we are not immune to something so
... food for the trips.
Dieter had invited us to go canoeing or kayaking. The kids thought it might be fun so we said yes.
We drove up to the corner of the Francon-Swiss area to a river where many people go to canoe. This area is Northeast of Nuremburg, on the Czech border and called this because the houses look like those in Switzerland as per Dieter. Wikipedia ...
... and to exit the airport. It was perfect and we found our way to the highway. I had goggled the instructions to Amberg and everything went well.
OMG I love the Autobahn! Once out of Belgium there is no speed limit. Fly like the wind, but just make sure you move over when there is someone faster behind you. Dale didn’t once when he was driving and the person who flew by on the right blared their horn at ...