Ausfahrts & Einfahrts



Karapiro to Berlin


Berlin to Poznan

Rowing at Poznan

Poznan to Hanover

Hanover to Brake

Brake to Leer

Leer to Amsterdam

Amsterdam to Purmerend

Purmerend to Bleiswijk

Bleiswijk to Alpen

Alpen to Mendig

Mendig to Bad Durkheim

Bad Durkheim to Dettenheim

Dettenheim to Schonach

Schonach to Konstanz

Konstanz to Besenwirtschaft

Besenwirtschaft to Fischen

Fischen to Fussen

Fussen to Furstenfeldbruck

Furstenfeldbruck to Ubersee

Ubersee to Golling


Golling to Ardagger Markt

Ardagger Markt to Vienna

Vienna to Wisla, Poland

Wisla to Krakow


Krakow to Gora

Gora to Swidnica

Swidnica to Rosenbach

Rosenbach to Baderitz

Baderitz to Bayreuth

Bayreuth to Bad Mergentheim

Romantic Road to Seelze

Seelze to Berlin

Berlin to Karapiro

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Monday 4th July Fussen to Furstenfeldbruck

As we were a little exhausted from the previous day’s events we headed into Fussen to shop, internet and unwind. We missed the hourly bus and took the 20 minute scenic walk in the heat of the morning and there was plenty of it. The old town is lovely and had heaps of outdoor-dining cafes and as we discovered, if you sit outside one that is shut just to get out of the heat, all the passerby’s will get excited and think it is open; god knows why a café would be shut between 11.00am and 2.00pm.

Having broken the bottle recycling machine in Fussen and pissing the checkout operator off by not handing over the refund credits until after she closed off the till, we headed off to a parking spot near Dachau. This required lots of driving in rural Germany where solar panels cover most of the roofs’ and they even had paddocks of them, obviously another Government promoted scheme. The parking spot was in the motorhome-friendly town of Furstenfeldbruck which is close to a pool and a monastery. They provide all services in a dedicated car park for an honesty box 'fair donation'. We did a small walk to the monastery and the Pavilion beach near the river.



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