Ausfahrts & Einfahrts



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Rowing at Poznan

Poznan to Hanover

Hanover to Brake

Brake to Leer

Leer to Amsterdam

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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

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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

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Monday 20th June Poznan to Hanover

It was time to go camping, so we went high-speed motoring out of Poland to Hanover to pick up our motor home. Although you see nothing on the motor ways they are lined with nice forests where the animals are fenced from running onto the road. Every so often there is a pass over bridge for the animals to cross safely. I imagine a Ferrari wouldn’t look to good if it hit a deer at over 140km/hr, at least the deer would be diced. We stopped at a couple of the many truck stops along the motorway, once to have McDonalds, where the guy ran away and called for backup when we spoke English, the second time we stopped for the 70 cent toilet and didn’t realise you get a 50 cent voucher to spend in the shop. Everything in the shop is 4 times darer than normal retail prices.

We picked up the claustrophobic motor home, returned the rental and went food shopping before heading to a campground. Food shopping in a town where you have no German can be interesting. We based our purchasing on visual appearance, price and fascination factor. However, getting to try the foods we bought had to wait until the next day because the motor home doesn’t come with anything to ignite the gas cooker, the fridge needed to chill and the dishes were last used by somebody who obviously ran out of detergent.

The very small motor home doesn’t have a lot of things but you can hire them as optional extras, buy them or just bring your own duvet, linen and essentials from NZ. Optional extras seem to include hoses for filling tanks, hoses for directing used shower water to drains and Satnav/GPS which is fitted to the vehicle but only available if paid for! Anyway, who needs GPS to get around?

We had to settle for an expensive campground searched for using our own GPS because internet in Germany is patchy and inconsistent.




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