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In The Interim – Germany Part 2

September 12, 2012
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A sign for one of our targets seen early on

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Just one of many initiatives to promote solar power in Germany. On one house alone wr counted 240 panels.

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One of the very few remaining covered bridges we have seen

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We have not made one advance reservation for accomodation yet and are paying €25 – 35/person/night for bed and breakfast

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Yes, schweinefliesch abounds for breakfast, lunch and dinner

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Ulm – old and new in juxtaposition and it works. One of many favourite places

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Ulm again. Old and new

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Unbelievable stained glass

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Cycling towards Donauworth

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What happens to old bicycles when they die

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Long live Stalin. Found in a headstone factory. It is on for a special price!

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The view from one of the many restaurants we have been in. Average price for dinner has been about €11 (includes soup, salad, main course and glass of wine). We are not complaining

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Love the colour

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Interesting motifs

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Contemplating our next vehicular adventure. Or…

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Or…

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A Peugot

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Back to bicycling, I guess

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And then there are always the coffee breaks…

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And of course so many places we are able to sample local fare

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And then there are a few of thosebplaces we cannot cycle sl use the local ferries for 1-2 kilometre jumps

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And at the end of the day those fairy tale german towns

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Admiral Wayno permalink
    September 12, 2012 18:25

    Guys, this is excellent! I loved that covered bridge. Was Tony’s tongue bigger than that coffee dessert?

  2. September 18, 2012 03:40

    Love the eyelashes on that car! Great shots of Ulm – I like that town also.

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