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Jun 29, 2012 - Dag 3

Dag 3. Vi våknet kl. 07.30 med gjeld langt oppover ørene Første oppgave var å finne en minibank langt oppe i fjellheimen med en stooooor bil. Hilde og Mona ble satt igjen på campingplassen som ”sikkerhet” for pengene mens Johnny og Rune kjørte avgårde.Heldigvis var det ikke så langt, så etter ca. 40 minummer var de tilbake. Vi kunne betale for oss og kjørte deretter av gårde. Det første vi gjorde var å finne en butikk så vi fikk bunkret. Vi kjøpte 10 flasker vin, 12 liter brus, 6 liter vann, mye mat, pålegg, dopapir, tørkepapir, såper,...

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May 12, 2012 - Dinkelsbühl

@@@@@@@ BACKGROUND I will write about our experiences in Dinkelsbühl soon, but for some general information, here are some exerts from the Lonely Planet – Germany chapter on Bavaria: Immaculately preserved Dinkelsbühl proudly traces its roots to a royal residence founded by Carolingian kings in the 8th century. Saved from destruction in the Thirty Years War and ignored by WWII bombers, this is arguably the Romantic Road’s quaintest and most authentically medieval halt. For a good overall impression of the town, walk along the fortified...

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Jul 5, 2011 - Romantic Road to Dinkelsbuhl, Germany

Neuschwanstein Castle and the nearby town of Fussen are at the southern end of what is known as the Romantic Road. The Romantic Road is considered Germany's most popular tourist route, known for its pretty countryside and picturesque towns. We spent an enjoyable day driving through meadows and hills along the Romantische Strausse, winding through the narrow streets of numerous villages. We made a stop in Augsburg to see the Fuggerei, the oldest social settlement in the world. Jakob Fugger the Rich founded the Fuggerei as a social...

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Sep 12, 2007 - Dinkelsbühl, on the road to München (Munich)

We got a much earlier start this morning, getting up a 7:00 and taking one last walk through Detwang before heading in to Rothenberg to shop for fresh bread and breakfast meats. We rambled down the Romantic Road to Dinkelsbühl for a short stroll through the historic village, taking many photos - capturing old farmers harvesting in the gardens at the entrance to the old town. more later...now we're in Munich, about to meet up with Swenja and her family!!! (Swenja was a German exchange student with Effie's family back in 1989. Effie came to...

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