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    • Day5

      Fuggerei

      October 13, 2022 in Germany ⋅ ☁️ 15 °C

      LEGGETE PERCHÉ È INTERESSANTE.

      - Questo quartiere è stato costruito nel 500 dalla famiglia dei Fugger, che divenne la famiglia più ricca d'Europa con la vendita di spezie e schiavi.
      - Per poter abitare nella Fuggerei una persona doveva (e deve ancora oggi) essere cattolica e residente di Augusta da almeno 2 anni.
      - L'affitto è di 88 cent all'anno, infatti queste sono case popolari per chi non può permettersi un'altra soluzione.
      - Chi torna a casa dopo le 22 di sera deve pagare una penale.
      - Oggi nella Fuggerei abitano 150 persone.
      - Il più famoso abitante della Fuggerei fu Franz Mozart, bisnonno del compositore Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
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      Traveler

      Ok e quindi?

      10/13/22Reply
      Blog di Paperella

      io ti spacco di botte

      10/13/22Reply
      Traveler

      Ci vorrei abitare, se solo non bestemmiassi dalla mattina alla sera ahahah meglio se torno in un altra vita oppure mi accetteranno lo stesso per i 4 anni da chirichetto? 😊

      10/13/22Reply
      Blog di Paperella

      no mi sa che ti mandano via a calcih

      10/13/22Reply
      Traveler

      Ma dio ca..

      10/13/22Reply
       
    • Day14

      Photo dump (sì, un altro)

      October 22, 2022 in Germany ⋅ ☀️ 15 °C

      Le foto sono state scattate in parte al giardino botanico e in parte in un posto vicino, nel bosco, dove abbiamo pranzato.

      Ah, HO IMPARATO AD ANDARE IN BICICLETTA, SONO CONTENTA

      Riassunto del photo dump : Pesci, Carla, Carla, Cibo, CarlaRead more

      Traveler

      Che è?

      10/25/22Reply
      Blog di Paperella

      zuppa di patate con funghi. io mi sono innamorata delle zuppe, qui

      10/25/22Reply
       
    • Day8

      Scurvy Averted

      December 15, 2019 in Germany ⋅ 🌬 48 °F

      Good morning Augsburg! Thanks to the breakfast at the Hotel am Rathaus I have been saved from the threat of scurvy! And they have salt and pepper on the table and didn’t charge me 1 euro for the water. All may now continue with their day . Onwards to Fussen.Read more

      Traveler

      Glad to hear you found fruit

      12/15/19Reply
       
    • Day57

      Augsburg

      August 26, 2022 in Germany ⋅ ⛅ 26 °C

      Aminah and I decided to use our InterRail pass to practice our German skills.
      Our journey started on Friday morning where we took the train towards Germany. We were quite wasted because of the night before. My friends asked me if I’d like to join a little street food festival on Zug. Aminah and I joined the scenery and we soon realized that this night won’t end anymore.
      We had quite some luck on Friday morning when we entered the train in Zurich direction Munich it was barely a seat taken. We used the journey to rest and recover from the night before.

      Once we arrived in Augsburg, we checked into our hotel and went sightseeing. The day was quite relaxed but we laughed a lot and enjoyed the time together.
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    • Day7

      Augsburg, Living Advent Calendar

      December 14, 2019 in Germany ⋅ 🌬 41 °F

      I came here specifically to see this. The angels are standing in the windows of city hall. They all had a very matching cherub look. It was certainly German in feeling. The crowd watching the windows was large, but after the music finished, the groups went back to their gluhwein. Which is a mulled red wine and very cozy.

      Now dinner at the Ratskeller which is the bar and restaurant below City Hall. I wouldn’t mind working at a city hall if it had its own bar.
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      Traveler

      Not sure if that’s cool or spooky.....

      12/15/19Reply
       
    • Day41

      Augsburg

      October 1, 2022 in Germany ⋅ 🌧 48 °F

      Augsburg was pretty much a rest stop for us. There's not a lot for tourists here. But staying in the namesake of a former favorite beer or mine (Augsburger, or "Augie's") did have a certain appeal. That was made in Monroe, Wisconsin and not here though. Augsburg is about the same size as Madison and is also a university town.

      I booked a 4 star hotel using credit card points, so it was effectively free. The weather was rainy and cold, so we mostly chilled out and read up on the next few sites we will visit.

      The hotel did have a sauna and we found an amazing pizza place in town that served gluten free pizzas. We were on the 11th floor of the only tall building in town and had a balcony, so it wasn't all bad. And we needed the rest.

      Tomorrow, we're off to Baden Baden, one of Europe's premiere spa towns.

      More photos and videos are here.

      https://photos.app.goo.gl/uZDhRGzVfgzroocdA
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    • Day1

      #00 Nasvidenje Deutschland

      July 27, 2021 in Germany ⋅ ⛅ 20 °C

      Dobre dan Bonnie, nasvidenje Deutschland.

      Guten Tag Bonnie, auf Wiedersehen Deutschland. Es ist Zeit für Bonnies nächste Reise. Nach einer Woche Ausflug an die Ostsee und nach gerade mehreren hundert Kilometern Rundreise in Italien - ja Bonnie kann auch Kleinfamilie, dann aber unter dem Namen Hansi - ist nun wieder ein entspannter Roadtrip in Richting Süden dran. Ab heute sind wir an Board, Lena und Benni. Wir führen die nächsten Tage wieder ein kleines Reisetagebuch, um die Erlebnisse in Bild, Schrift und vllt auch mal mit Ton für uns festzuhalten. Natürlich ist es für uns wichtig, die Augenblicke für uns zu genießen, und im Nachgang bei all den Roadtriperlebnissen auch nicht zu vergessen. So wird es immer mal wieder in (un)natürlichen Rhythmen einen kleinen Footprint geben. Als kleines großes Nebenprodukt kannst du lieber Mitlesender, liebe Mitlesende - sofern du Lust hast - mit dem Tee- oder Kaffeebecher von zuhause aus unseren Fußabdrücken folgen. Viel Spaß!

      Doch bevors losgeht wird Bonnie getauft. Anders als Bonnie, von Bonnie und Clyde, soll Bonnie nicht durch den Mittleren Westen ziehen und reihenweise Läden überfallen, sondern ein wichtiger Bestandteil für ein angenehmes Vanlife sein, in der Mann/Frau sich zurecht findet, auch mal was auf den Boden kippen darf, etwas länger suchen muss, einmal pro Tag (reicht nicht) groß umräumen, oder einfach bei einem guten Glas Rosé und einem Sägekonzert des Zeltnachbarns den Abend ausklingen lassen kann. Bonnie ist ne schicke Dame. Ihr Name entstand aus einem schönen Spruch, der auf dem Camino gern unter Pilgern zugerufen wird: Bon Camino! Heißt so viel wie: Ich wünsche dir einen guten Weg. Und diesen guten Weg wünschen wir uns für Benni und Lena und jedem der sich mit „Bon“nie auf den Weg macht.

      Und bevor es jetzt auch wirklich losgeht, gilt es nochmals die Packliste abzuarbeiten und alles Schritt für Schritt in Bonnies Innere zu packen. Wir - Benni und Lena - arbeiten Schritt für Schritt die Packliste ab und räumen hoffentlich alles an den richtigen Ort. Puh, erstaunlich was alles in Ein solches Auto passt, aber Tetris spielen wir trotzdem. Der Giesauftrag an die Nachbarin ist übergeben und mit dem finalen Aufkleben des Bonnie Logos kann es nun auch losgehen. :)

      Um den schicken, gestriegelten Bus etwas aufzulockern gibt es ein geschwungenes Logo. Hoffentlich auch so erfolgreich wie das Nike Logo, welche anfangs 11 Dollar gekostet hat. :P

      Ab gehts!! :)
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      Traveler

      Viel Spaß und gute Reise

      7/28/21Reply
      Traveler

      Sehr cool! Gute Fahrt euch! Freue mich, von euch zu lesen! 😄

      7/29/21Reply
      Traveler

      Jetzt weiß ich was bonne Camilo heißt von Voyage euch

      7/29/21Reply
      Traveler

      😂

      7/29/21Reply
       
    • Day8

      Photo dump

      October 16, 2022 in Germany ⋅ ⛅ 20 °C

      Preparatevi perché è lungo, e leggete le descrizioni delle singole foto che non le scrivo per niente brutte trote

      Traveler

      6/8 pezzi???????? Certo

      10/18/22Reply
      Blog di Paperella

      manco la bocca, mi faccio

      10/18/22Reply
      Traveler

      Con 6/8 pezzi dico al cuoco se è cotto... ah no

      10/18/22Reply
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    • May4

      Lipizzaners - day 23

      May 4, 2019 in Germany ⋅ 🌧 2 °C

      We are getting good at getting up if we need to, and were on the train at 8.30 as planned with our tickets picked up, and having breakfast in Starbucks by 9.30. Just before we were able to go in, we walked through more of the area and found some other amazing buildings that we probably should have known about before. Oh well, you can’t spend time at all of them. When we got to our seats we realised how great they were. We initially wanted to go a week earlier but couldn’t get the best tickets then. Today did work out a better day for us anyway.

      As for the performance – wow wow wow. They started with 8 of the younger horses which were still different shades of gray – they turn white when they are older. They just showed some simple exercises which was good. Then they had more experienced horses doing some of the complicated exercises while mounted. Then a session of experienced horses doing unmounted exercises with the horses leaping. Then a pair of horses doing synchronised exercises. Then a group of 8 experienced horses. What I was most impressed about was the leg changes at the canter, and their ability to turn tight circles leading with the wrong leg. The stallions looked extremely muscled and strong. It really was magical with each session introduced in german and english, and the use of lighting was wonderful as well. This was something I had wanted to see from when I was much younger, and I was very pleased that I have now experienced it.

      After the performance we went back to Klosterneuberg (camping near Vienna) and Nico. We were trying to drive as far as we could that day to Stuttgart where Jody’s son is living. We did pretty well – 570kms after leaving at 2pm, and ended up at Augsburg in Germany. The drive wasn’t too bad, though the first hour or so was on country roads in Austria before we finally got to the A1. Then when we got to Germany we were a bit confused about the speed signs, but were pretty sure that we were on an unlimited speed road by the buffeting we got from the speed of the cars going past. Nico was trundling along nicely at 70mph (around 112kph), and cars were just leaving us in the dust. We had fun watching them come up from behind and Jody was videoing them – anything to pass the time of day! It was also very interesting seeing the number of solar panels beside the motorway. The weather forecast had not been good, but the only time it really poured was when we stopped for lunch, and nicely just after Jody had filled Nico up with gas and gone into pay. The temperature got steadily lower and was 2 degrees when we arrived at 8pm. Now it says it feels like minus 1, yikes! We had been looking at different locations today and tried to stay away from the ones that were forecasting snow. We have worked out the heating in Nico now though, and are feeling toasty warm after Jody cooked some very tasty hamburgers with mince, bacon and eggs. The campsite is very basic, but is close to the motorway so we will be on our way in the morning.

      So there were no driving issues today with googlemaps, and we absolutely nailed the trains in and out. Such pros!
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    • Day21

      Photo dump triste

      October 29, 2022 in Germany ⋅ ⛅ 14 °C

      Fotine scattate in momenti in cui volevo stare più di là che di qua

      Traveler

      È carla quella a destra nella prima foto?

      11/3/22Reply
      Traveler

      Si, se fosse alta 20 cm. Sono proprio scemoinculo

      11/3/22Reply
      Blog di Paperella

      si dà il caso che quella sia la sinistra, comunque

      11/3/22Reply
      Traveler

      Doppiamente scemoinculo

      11/3/22Reply
       

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