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... that were not too challenging if you were in the right gear to start with! The Museum was nothing short of amazing; 3,000 exhibits, 300 vintage cars, 40 racing cars, 200 motorcycles, 27 locomotives, 50 aircraft, 150 tractors, numerous tanks, artillery pieces, lots of military equipment and loads of other "stuff". It was a little overwhelming really and you just had to pick out your main interests and walk ...
... cherries and some pears. It was tempting to do a raid on the cherries as they are ripe now, however we didn't know how they'd treat a bunch of Aussie cyclists in Germans jails. Dinner was at a beer garden beside the river. Good tucker for hungry cyclists; Greg had spare ribs while Wendy had a pasta dish. Nice to be outside on a warm, clear evening. We strategically chose a table upwind from the smokers so we would not be ...
... from our bikes. Checked out some nice quiet parks and gardens which is always nice when you're in a noisy city full of old men in very fast and high revving cars (mainly Mercs and Porsche sports cars) who are trying to impress the young chics. We also went to check out the Botanical Gardens but found them behind the same fence as the Zoo, which was closing in 10 minutes. We thought we'd cracked it until we realised that we had got Parkhaus (a ...
... rev-head brands on the planet. There's one word that describes the Merc Museum - WOW!!! It's got to be the cleanest, most immaculately maintained and spectacular museum that The Boys have ever seen and will ever see. The paint work and condition of each vehicle was spotless and pristine. A lot of the vehicles were straight off the assembly line and looked like they had never seen a road. The ...
... Forest. It has long been a location for relaxation for the wealthy and this was evident by the ornate quality of the buildings and the things on display in shop windows. Then we noticed it in the people walking with us. We have not seen this much fur in one place. The town itself is lovely surrounded by forested hills. We found our way to the market. It was small but set nicely in a large green space and it was quite different at the entrance with lots ...