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  • LandshutBy train to Landshut. Every 4 years there ist the 'Landshuter Hochzeit', a festival lasting over several weeks. https://www.landshuter-hochzeit.de/home.html [img=https://photo Posted by UliS in Summer 2023 | Jul 2, 2023
  • Day 4 in CologneWe woke to cloudy skies and immenant rain, it was our intention to take the bus tour and hop on and off at various stops to see the city. When we arrived at the cathedral bus stop We were told Posted by RickAdderley in Touring Germany | Jul 1, 2023
  • Day 3 Ghent to CologneOur intention for today wa to go from Ghent to Cologne with a nice stop in the centre of Aachen by the cathedral. All good intentions can go wrong 😏... As per the previous entry we couldn't park at the hotel Posted by RickAdderley in Touring Germany | Jun 30, 2023
  • MunichDay 5 Today was mostly a travel day. We caught an 8 AM high-speed train to Munich. Unfortunately, it was delayed an hour. The silver lining was that by the time we had lunch and arrived at the hotel, our room Posted by amikulski in Family Travel Files | Jun 30, 2023
  • Munich; The Good and the Bad Next stop: Munich We hopped on a train to Munich then a tram, all in the effort to meet up with our former exchange student from so long ago. We have visited his family on several occasions both in the US Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jun 29, 2023
  • Berlin & RhetoricOur final piece of the puzzle was actually one of the places that started it all: Berlin, home of buildings where democracy was used to create a dictator and where an economic depression had made people willing to listen to Posted by Jackie2074 in A Mile in Their Shoes | Jun 29, 2023
  • Kassel- land of fairytalesKassel is a modern small city with a long history. It was severely obliterated in world war two as there was many targets. Many factories were here such as locomotive, tanks and aircraft manufacturing. It was also a military headquarters Posted by serendipitous in Europe Grand Tour 2023 | Jun 28, 2023
  • Dag 3De start Ons appartement in Walscheid waren we blij mee dat we konden overnachten, maar er waren helaas wat meer problemen verloren in de vertaling. Vanochtend kwamen we erachter dat die lange stroom van Franse woorden, waarvan er 1 'probleem in Posted by Theemp in Oostenrijk | Jun 26, 2023
  • Last Week PlansFRI 23/6 travel Sangerhausen to Kassel..stay 5 nights in Kassel. Cost me 440Euro..yikes! Sightseeing, walks in parks, hikes to shopping centre for food, might go look at shops in city...more posts to come. Resting up..nothing on 66 channels of cable Posted by serendipitous in Europe Grand Tour 2023 | Jun 26, 2023
  • Dag 2Voorbereiding Onze dag start met een rustig ontbijt buiten op het terras van het hotel. Na ja rustig...het hotel biedt naast ons onderdak aan een grote groep van Britse motorrijders van middelbare leeftijd. Sowieso zwermt heel Vianden van de motor Posted by Theemp in Oostenrijk | Jun 25, 2023
  • more fun and games on Deutsche BahnNow is it just me or does this happen all the time here? why all the trains that I choose to travel on get delayed for some reason? it was meant to be a quick two-hour journey which lasted me Posted by serendipitous in Europe Grand Tour 2023 | Jun 25, 2023
  • A MAMMOTH day in SangerhausenEvery place I go to I always read some of the history of a place. All of Europe is old of course, but the state of Saxony- Anholt has a history that spans thousands of years. Bronze Age man lived Posted by serendipitous in Europe Grand Tour 2023 | Jun 24, 2023
  • Countryside and the Roses- my two lovesIt was always in my plan to visit Sangerhausen. I am a rose lover, grower and photographer..so here was a dream of mine to visit. I had booked from home months ago. The timing had to be perfect in order Posted by serendipitous in Europe Grand Tour 2023 | Jun 22, 2023
  • A bit of Hamburg SightseeingI never intended to stay in Hamburg but while I was resting here and getting over my cold I thought I'd better get out and see something of the place. it was the weekend so I grabbed a map downstairs Posted by serendipitous in Europe Grand Tour 2023 | Jun 22, 2023
  • when gloom hits the solo travellerHamburg was just a stepping zone for me to get across to Germany from Copenhagen but after being sick and that horrible long journey then no private oom for me, I sunk low in my mood.. as low as I Posted by serendipitous in Europe Grand Tour 2023 | Jun 20, 2023
  • Our 3 Rs in Berlin: Reichstag, Rittersport, River CruiseDay 2 We started our first full day in Berlin with a visit to the Reichstag dome at 9 AM. We left early to grab a breakfast pastry on the way and allow time Posted by amikulski in Family Travel Files | Jun 19, 2023
  • All I want is a room somewhere...Copenhagen was good it's a lovely city.. everyone is chilled relaxed and friendly it's easy to get around and not too big. A good destination for families. so I only got to see two days worth.. the third day I Posted by serendipitous in Europe Grand Tour 2023 | Jun 19, 2023
  • Another Day, Another Grandkids Trip And now for Grandkids Trip #2. For this trip we are taking our middle boy’s oldest son to Germany, France, Switzerland, Austria, and more Germany. The trip started out with just Germany and Austria, but then he asked if we could Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jun 18, 2023
  • The Long and Winding RoadWe made it to Berlin, but the journey was long. First, our drive to JFK took longer than it should have because the GPS rerouted us to the Lincoln Tunnel when all we wanted to do was go on the Posted by amikulski in Family Travel Files | Jun 16, 2023
  • Rüdesheim & CologneWe arrived into the small town of Rüdesheim early morning. Once again as we have been here before we opted for a different tour. The tour took us to Kloster Eberbach. Here we had a guided tour through the old Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Jun 15, 2023
  • Heidelberg & FrankfurtWe arrived into Frankfurt early morning but decided rather than visit the busy city we would take an excursion to the tour of Heidelberg. This took about 90 minutes on the bus. The town is home to Germany’s oldest university. Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Jun 15, 2023
  • Würzburg & Rothenburg ob der Tauber & WertheimWhen we arrived into Würzburg it was straight onto a bus and a visit to the [[https://www.residenz-wuerzburg.de/englisch/tourist/index.htm|Residence]] and Court Gardens. The former residence of the Würzburg prince-bishops is one of the most important baro Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Jun 12, 2023
  • Nuremburg & BambergWe arrived into Nuremburg around lunchtime and headed off on a tour which started with the [[https://museums.nuernberg.de/documentation-center/the-site/the-nazi-party-rally-grounds/|Nazi Rally Grounds]]. Best to read the link for all the information as it Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Jun 10, 2023
  • Summer 2023: Germany and the Czech RepublicAt the beginning of 2020, we found an incredible summer airfare, an open-jaw itinerary entering London and leaving Edinburgh. You already know what happened next. This year, we felt that things had returned to normal enough to revive our transatlant Posted by amikulski in Family Travel Files | Jun 9, 2023
  • RegensburgWe arrived into Regensburg in the morning and then boarded a bus for our “From Hops Field to Beer Stein Farm Visit”. It’s interesting that they always seem to tell you than it’s ‘only a 30-40 minute drive’ which nearly Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Jun 8, 2023
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