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... Over here in Germany we have been seeing signs for 'spaghetti ice cream' and every time we see the sign we screw our faces up... Wow not anymore, Oh my Lordy it is so delicious. The iced is very hard, pushed through a pasta machine, clumped into a bowl (it even looks like spaghetti) then topped with raspberry or strawberry sauce with finely grated white chocolate on top. Have a look and see what you think? Spaghetti ice cream ...
On the 25th June we arrived in Cologne. Thankfully the GPS is doing its job as we come to grip with german road signage. The autobahns have been an experience in themselves allowing us to cover large distances in a short period of time when needed however traveling at 130kmph plus and getting overtaken by all manner of vehicles like we are standing still has been humbling to say the least. Cologne is a very ...
... I was using a diesel pump!). So when the attendant came out to help, she discovered that the nozzle had been damaged, which is why it wouldn't fit. Moved over to another pump and problem solved.
Got to Rothenburg about 5:00 and found our hotel in the historic district. Really a neat place.
Tommorow we head to Koblenz for 2 nights along the Rhine. More then.
Today is walking day, so we plan a route with a little help from my 'Triposo' App. This is free and the best App I have found for Worldwide Travel. It even works well offline. Our first planned stop is at the 'Jan Becher Museum' who invented the national alcoholic sprit called ...
... and you can tell we are getting closer to the Austrian border. We find a very crowded campsite nestled between a lake and the mountains and are settling in for the night while enjoying a bottle of German wine from Wurzburg (the region is known for its Franconian wine). Having never tried German wine before we were keen to give it a go. It has an interesting bottle shape and tastes like Riesling. I can't even pronounce the grape ...