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  • Day 7: Dresden - Modlareuth - Bayreuth - NurembergSo clearly it is after the tour and we are trying to catch up on our blog entries. Keeping a blog is like a full-time job. The last thing you want to do each night is write a blog when Posted by Kris and Kayla in Our European Adventure 2015 | Sep 3, 2018
  • Day 4: Hamburg - Berlin We arrived in Berlin excited to be there and wanting to explore as soon as we got off our coach. We went to the famous chocolate shop where Brangelina often shop at on their trips to Eu Posted by Kris and Kayla in Our European Adventure 2015 | Sep 3, 2018
  • Day 6: Berlin - Moritzburg - Dresden This was one of our shortest travelling days which we were excited about! We started the day with a trip to Moritzburg. Moritzburg castle is a hunting palace - yes, a hunting palace! There were stuffed deer heads everywhere! The Posted by Kris and Kayla in Our European Adventure 2015 | Sep 3, 2018
  • Of Lakes and Castles A pink German rose, Fussen Next day we took the train to Reutte, then caught the bus to Fussen. It was an entertaining journey with a very stressed driver. Lots of foreigners, Japanese, Chin Posted by irenevt in Summer | Sep 1, 2018
  • Walks, waterfalls and (city) wallsSo another week and a bit, and another blog. Number 24 now, blimey you must all be getting fed up with our tales by now! Last entry was from Oberstorf where we'd arrived the day before. Once the blog was compiled Posted by One streetaway in #Jexit 2018 | Aug 26, 2018
  • The End of Our HolidayAugust 5th – Hot and Sunny. To Travemünde Anchorage We timed the bridge opening perfectly and sailed through without any delay. We then pulled out the jib and sailed gently down the river to our chosen anchorage for Posted by AnnieBusch in Summer Sailing 2018 | Aug 24, 2018
  • Berlin memoriesNeptune Fountain (Neptunbrunnen) Sausage-lifting bear on Zimmerstrasse Interior of the new Kaiser Wilhelm Memo Posted by mohn in Post-Jabe travel | Aug 22, 2018
  • Meteors, Mountains and MotorhomesSo blog 23 then, and well into our 5th month of being away. Although I've not quite been true to my word of sticking to the weekly blog, I am at least only a day late with this one, it Posted by One streetaway in #Jexit 2018 | Aug 17, 2018
  • On the road to UKToday we packed up and started on our trip to England to check out our British family and our new grandson. We travelled via Switzerland, France and Germany and as we always do dropped in at Saarbruken to visit our Posted by Pelican travels in Of Sardines and Sardinians. | Aug 15, 2018
  • On The Runway Our final full day in Berlin began with another visit outside the city to the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp in Oranienburg. Annoyingly on weekends the bus between the station in Orani Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels | Aug 14, 2018
  • The Palaces of Potsdam After a busy day in the centre of Berlin, today we were going outside the city to Potsdam, home of the Prussian Kings, and capital of the German province of Brandenburg, which surrounds Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels | Aug 12, 2018
  • Buzzing Around Berlin After many short city breaks, our Berlin trip was going to be slightly longer - four nights in total. However even that did not seem enough! We started the first day with a delay on Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels | Aug 10, 2018
  • Plankenfels, Pottenstein and Stammtisch Oh My!Visiting Germany has given us the opportunity show Noah and Samuel where their Omi and Opa lived when they were young as well as connect with relatives they have only heard about or met once or twice. On our Posted by Ktepting in Epting's European Adventure | Aug 7, 2018
  • Coburg Part 1Our time in Coburg was wonderful. We were able spend quality time with Iris, Johanna and Dirk while visiting and exploring together. We arrived late on 22nd and we were wonderfully welcomed by Iris, she had our beds prepared and Posted by Ktepting in Epting's European Adventure | Aug 5, 2018
  • And then to Lübeck July 30th. Hot and Sunny. To Timmendorf anchorage We made 3 trips to the supermarket this morning. First to get wine and beer. The “Getränke” shop, which mainly sells booze, and where I hoped to get a Posted by AnnieBusch in Summer Sailing 2018 | Aug 1, 2018
  • Germany and AustriaOur first proper stop in Germany was the city of Freiburg. Having stopped at the German equivalent of an MOT centre to buy an clean air sticker to prove that Gav isn’t a high polluter (fortunately he was built after Posted by aliceandguy in Return of the Gav | Aug 1, 2018
  • The Drive from Regensburg to CoburgBefore our drive we enjoyed our final nutritious breakfast in Regensburg with Kati and Henry. Kathryn has done a brilliant job of navigating and preparing intere Posted by Ktepting in Epting's European Adventure | Jul 30, 2018
  • A surprise in Hofheim!One of my goals was to show Sam and Noah where their Omi and Opa grew up. So on our way from Fulda to Regensburg we routed through Hofheim, my father’s village when he was growing up. We Posted by Ktepting in Epting's European Adventure | Jul 30, 2018
  • To WismarJuly 23rd. Hot and Sunny. To Barhöft Anchorage. With some regret we left Vitte this morning. As we came to the junction where the channels for the marina and the fishing harbour meet we were almost T-boned by Posted by AnnieBusch in Summer Sailing 2018 | Jul 29, 2018
  • Regensberg==Regensburg== Regensburg deserves its UNESCO world heritage status. There is evidence in the walls and buildings that date back to Roman occupation close to 2000 y Posted by Ktepting in Epting's European Adventure | Jul 28, 2018
  • Day 4After a late night last night we had a late start this morning. We then headed off in search of remains of the Berlin Wall. We found a long section next to the Topography of Terror museum. Posted by ThompsonHoliday in Interrailing 2018 | Jul 24, 2018
  • Frankfurt7-24-2018 We travelled to Frankfurt today and spent a few hours in old town to kill some time before Daniel had to drive me to the airport. I think I found another nun, Dainel disagrees, you be the judge. We mostly Posted by Mpulmer in Michael & Daniel Invade Germany | Jul 24, 2018
  • Rhine7-23-2018 We took a cruise from Mainz up the Rhine for 4 hours. It was a beautiful sunny day. We sat on the upper deck and drank beer and watched the castles go by (there were 20 of them). We got Posted by Mpulmer in Michael & Daniel Invade Germany | Jul 24, 2018
  • Day 3We walked to the nearby Mall of Berlin - a huge shopping centre with an Aldi in the basement. Very efficient staff on the Aldi checkout, just like in Hexham. En route we passed some remains of the Posted by ThompsonHoliday in Interrailing 2018 | Jul 24, 2018
  • FuldaFulda was not a city that we would have planned to visit. We went to Fulda to visit Johnna and discovered an interesting city. Spending time with Johnna in her home and current city gave us to chance Posted by Ktepting in Epting's European Adventure | Jul 23, 2018
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