Hotel Restaurant Steuermann
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... forest walk. The ruins are open to the public for free to explore and are located on top of a narrow sandstone outcrop comprising of two buildings separated by a ditch. You are able to climb over and through the ruins including paths right on the edge of some very long and steep drop offs to the valley below, no safety barriers, just a rock face on one side to cling onto. Kate and Roy were not fazed by the drop off, however, Nathan ...
... Dad, played on the snowy playground.
My favorite thing was doing penguin and sitting on my bum going backwards.
Penguin is going on my belly like a penguin.
IT WAS SOOOO FUN!
We went to a old castle through all of the fog.
The castle was cool.
I found a stick, and I was Dad's guard.
When we arrived and we climbed to a big mountain it is about 2000 meters high.
And it was a really sunny day but there was snow everywhere.
We could sunbake but I was playing in the snow.
We bought our sleds and we went crazy on them.
And we had snow ball fights and I dug a hole under the snow.
I fit through and made two ...
After a big 6 hour drive we arrived in Gernsbach, Germany.
Along parts of the German autobahns there was no speed limit.
Greg was driving up to 165 kph and still cars were flying past us, and made us look like we were doing walking pace.
We had a great day at Merhur Mountain.
We caught the old funicular tram up to the top and found snow.
The sun ...
... we spent some time chatting, they made me dinner, and they showed me genealogy charts for my ancestors. My male cousin is very interested in genealogy and he traced our common line back to the 1600s in Soltau, Germany. My cousins are also avid travellers and they showed me a DVD about some of the places that they visited.
I spent the night there, and my cousin drove me to the train station in Durlack ...