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    • Day 32


      August 23, 2023 in Germany ⋅ ☀️ 29 °C

      After we left the fairy tale town of Rothenburg we got back on the road to the mountain countryside where we were going to do a fair bit of hiking. But before we got there we wanted to go to an old nazi concentration camp at Dachau which was very confronting because we learnt all about what they did to them and where they stayed and the terrible conditions they went through. We kept driving and we got to the mountains kinda like Mont Blanc but these where smaller( not by much ) our little house was next to a little river and a few of the mountains. We met a really nice lady who owned the Airbnb and we just chilled out for the rest of the day.

      Our next day we woke up semi early to catch a gondola up a 2628 metre mountain and then walk down. It was very steep and Rocky but the views were amazing . As we were going we saw cows with bells attached to their front and they didn’t have any gates either, people paragliding off the mountain and mountain bike riders which confused me because the hills were extremely steep! Even at the top there was this hangover part that hung over the big drop 1km. It didn’t help that it felt like it was wobbling. After our walk down the mountain we all kinda hated each other after a 5hr hike, but Dad planned to go on this swim in a lake, which I didn’t really want to do, but we did it. And I’m so glad I did, the second I got in I wasn’t hot anymore,it wasn’t salty and it just dropped off into the deep. The sand at the bottom was so soft because the lake was so still that when you touched it your hand went straight through it like air. It was so deep that you past this invincible line in the water that when you dived down and passed it it was freezing cold. We even had a big view of the Mountains behind us and a few fish and ducks.

      The next day we woke up extremely sore. But in spite of that we wanted to go to Hohenschwangau and Neuschwanstein Castle. We had a tour around hohenschwangau which was a big yellow castle and was said to be their summer retreat. It was much more colourful than any of the castles in France and all the furniture in it was original,only because German medieval history seemed more peaceful (sort of)We then walked up to Neuschwanstein Castle of which the Disney Castle was based on and one of the most famous castles in Europe. We walked around the White turrety tower and went on the bridge above it ( which didn’t feel very stable at all). But all and all was a really good sight seeing day.

      Our next day I believe was one of my highlights. Dad had planned this gauge thing which was near our first mountain hike. It was around a 3 hour hike through a gorge. Minus 20 minutes to walk to it, but it was no boring 20 minutes. We walked passed a few horse and carriages, some really cool little huts, a busker at a cafe playing a piano accordion ( which was very different from the kind of music we hear at our dining places ) we even saw a grass cutting competition of people cutting grass in traditional German cloths and cutting grass with the weapon like the grim reaper uses. Thankfully these guys did not look like no grim reaper. Once we got to the gorge we immediately had to pull our rain jackets on due to all the water flying about. It was so loud in their because of the water rapids that run through there. The walk pathway was cut into the wall of the gorge so in some parts we were walking through stone tunnels. On the other side we ate lunch next to the calmer water and had a competition of who could keep their legs in the ice cold melted ice mountain water. I got 3 minutes 10 and won, but at the cost of not feeling my legs for a while after.

      Our next and last day we had a bit of a rest day ready for our journey to Austria tomorrow
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    • Day 11

      Munich and Obergriesbach

      December 31, 2017 in Germany ⋅ ⛅ 10 °C

      The sleeper train was quite an adventure😀 We had a German bunkmate named Ute😀 that actually reminded me a ton of Tina's friend Ute. She was super sweet but snored up a storm. Thank God for ear plugs. Those bunks are comfy but when someone figured out how to keep the sheet in place let me know😀 We had to kill a few hours waiting for car rental...then off to Obergriesbach. Wow what a beautiful German country town. And the Airbnb is unbelievable here. The down side is it's 45 min out of the city. We spent a few hours here in the house before heading off to the concentration camp D a c h a u. We spent a few hours there and it was very powerful. Everyone needs to visit at least one such place in their lifetime. From there we finally got to see where Wyatt lives and plays. Everything was closed but we finally found a place for pizza and groceries. After eating we went on a walking tour of downtown Munich. That is such a beautiful city! Hundreds of people were out on the streets since it was New Years Eve. After that Donn and I headed back here to our airbnb (yep..and got lost) while the kids were going out on the town. I was a little nervous but finally I did get a text saying they made it home about 1:30 safe and sound. Donn and I stayed here and had a wonderful evening with our wine and beer and fireworks over the countryside. Happy 2018 everyone! We love you all.Read more

    • Day 5

      Tagesaufgabe erledigt

      October 7, 2020 in Germany ⋅ ⛅ 9 °C

      Da die Bayern im Ausland oft als Stereotypen des Deutschen angesehen werden, musste sich jedes Team einmal wie ein typisch Deutscher verhalten und auch kleiden. Wir haben uns also in Lederhose und Dirndl geschmissen, ein Maß Bier mit Brezel geschnappt und einen Schuhplattler getanzt. 🍻💃🏻Read more

    • Day 2

      Augsburg... oder doch nicht

      March 29 in Germany ⋅ ☁️ 16 °C

      Nach den vielen Kirchen zieht es uns in die Stadt.

      Wir fahren in Richtung Augsburg, da bin ich ja immer Mal wieder und die Stadt ist eigentlich sehr nett .

      Es soll einen Wohnmobilstellplatz fast direkt am Bahnhof geben.

      Dieser ist ja echt Mal grässlich - und zum Glück schon voll.

      Wir fahren also noch ein paar Kilometer weiter und landen im Landvergnügen.

      Naja, wobei man das hier nicht wirklich auf den ersten Blick mit Landvergnügen in Verbindung bringen kann. Der Bauernmarkt Dasing ist ein Zusammenschluss mehrerer landwirtschaftlicher Betriebe zu Vermarktungszwecken, hat praktischerweise heute geöffnet und ist, nun ja, zum übernachten eher zweckmäßig als Idyllisch.

      Dafür gibt es morgen ab 8 Uhr frische Semmeln 😁.
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