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... the wrong direction which necessitated a rather dodgy U-turn in the rapidly building rush hour traffic (at 15:00 you ask?) After this we were told to "Keep Left", yes but not in the left most lane so another lane change had to be made at the traffic lights which caused a little consternation to the driver in the next lane. Anyway, this done, we got back in one piece.
Packed up, paid the bill and sorted everything BEFORE hitching up and pulling off the pitch. At Innsbruck, Liz simply went to return the gate key and get the 5€ deposit back but others were booking out and an almighty queue of vans formed which lead to a very obnoxious motorhomer knocking off the mirror of a Swiss caravanner in his frustration to leave. (Definitely do EVERYTHING before even thinking of leaving, Stuart!)
Anyway, with Tom ...
... The annual Oechsle Festival was on, which is similar to Oktoberfest but with the focus on wine. So we had to stop for a sausage...or two. Then we caught a bus to a suburb nearby to meet Frank's cousin Elisabeth and her family, who own a lotto store. (We bought a ticket and doubled our money!) Then it was back on the bus to Studio Miko, the family business, a photography studio where Franz, Alexander, Michael (Franz's youngest son) and ...
... didn't try it and portaged their canoe. Out of about 20 people only one tipped, and he was a grown man with all the fancy equipment. One thing I've noticed is that Germans tend to have 'all' the equipment you could possibly need for outdoor sports... such as hiking sticks and proper boots, with hats and backpacks and such. The same for kayaking and canoeing. :) We must have stood out with our soccer shorts, t-shirts, and tennis ...
... salesman named Emil Jellinek who had a daughter named Mercedes. It was Jellinek who got Maybach to design a new more powerful engine for the early car races in Nice. The two companies followed their own separate paths until 1924 when the management combined and finally merged in 1926 to form Daimler-Benz. The Mercedes logo is actually a combination of the Daimler three pointed star (air-land-water) and the Benz logo.
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