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... was about 5:30 so dropped off our gear and walked over to the Alexandra Platz where there was a festival going on. I think it was called Smile Berlin. Anyway, lots of street performers, stalls and take away food. We had a bite to eat there and a look around then back to the hotel to do some research on what to see and do for our 2 days in this wonderful city. Would be nice to stay for a ...
... up 1250 km, this includes the distances I rode to visit my friends in Switzerland.
This morning I spend a bit strolling through the old city of Nurnberg. This very historic place would definitely be worth staying longer, but my time is limited, can't go for a decade.....
Before leaving,my friendly guesthouse receptionist could sense the panic I always feel, when finding out the way of big cities. He draw a map for ...
were off. Less than 30kms down the road and we managed to stumble upon a
genuine Autobahn! For those of you who aren't aware, the proper German
autobahns have no official speed limit, but rely on people to use their common
sense.... So what you find is the left hand lane (the fast lane on a left hand
drive road) is travelling at anywhere from 130-200+ depending on who is in the
lane... We managed to sit on a constant ...
... be gone early or late . There would be procession through the whole town ending in a mass in the square . All shops closed .
Two doors down was a dairy so bought supplies wine, breakfast stuff . Rations
Next morning , the town bells started . With gusto each in turn and loud . Very loud and excited , then mass and singing via speakers through the town .
So we went out side to watch the procession . Well ...
... son Alfred, and we marvelled at the intricate designs on some of the glasses.
I was fascinated by the 16th century room heaters – great carved ceramic "boxes" taller than me, in all kinds of colours and with drawers to put things for warming – who knew that there was central heating that long ago?
To me, the most impressively decorated room was the Hunting Room: ...