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Caravan Fair in Warsaw - discover interesting design

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Caravan Fair in Warsaw - discover interesting developments

Of course, we had come to Warsaw with great interest in the caravan fair and had immediately come to appreciate the excellent organization with regard to our registration, the parking situation and the helpfulness of the staff.

Special models at the Camper Caravan Show in Warsaw

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Special models at the Camper Caravan Show in Warsaw

Old- and Young-timer are probably everywhere an eye-catcher in the world, so of course in the field of camping and leisure industry, even often still had to improvise because of lack of material and money on their expansion.

Rewa - sandy beach and wind - kitesurfing is announced

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Rewa - sandy beach and wind - kitesurfing is announced

Once again, we are in Rewa on the Puck Bay, a bay of the Baltic Sea in Poland, which has a number of sandy beaches and attracts tourists even in the fall. The bay and village have become a local center for windsurfing and kitesurfing.

Historic racing cars at the campsite in Winchcombe

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Historic racing cars at the campsite in Winchcombe

We were aware of an event by engine noises, which is probably to be described as typical English: despite the pouring rain, a group of racing fans gathered at the campsite in Winchcombe together with their vehicles.

Caravan Jaarbeurs - There is a lot to see and do!

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Caravan Jaarbeurs - There is a lot to see and do!

Even the initial image is probably meaningful enough, if someone should ask, where we are right now. But it is not one of the German bicycle strongholds like Münster, Oldenburg or Trier.

White Cliffs of Dover - The chalk cliffs in front

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White Cliffs of Dover - The chalk cliffs in front

We were traveling to England, the ferry from Calais was booked in advance and the customs and import control by British authorities quickly done. The embarkation was without significant disturbances - well organized.

Exploring Rottweil - by E-bike from Nature-Camping

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Exploring Rottweil - by E-bike from Nature-Camping

Several times we were guests in Rottweil, sometimes on flying by to visit in the Roman Museum, then just on the transit along the Roman road Neckar-Alb-Aare. Far too little attention has been paid to the historically imposing, medieval city center.

Impressions from Wels - Bicycle Order Days

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Impressions from Wels - Bicycle Order Days

We are in Wels - a little more detailed: We are going to visit the Austrian trade fair and exclusive order platform for bicycle and accessories in the Exhibition Center Wels in Hall 21, which this year took place from 17 to 20 August 2019.

Wels - A walk along the Traun river

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Wels - A walk along the Traun river

We had come to the fair "Fahrrad Order Tage" in Wels and parked our caravan directly on the fairground. After another long drive, our first goal was to explore the immediate area with a short walk across the fairground.

From Monastery Andechs to Herrsching passing Kiental

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From Monastery Andechs to Herrsching passing Kiental valley

The search for a place to stay next to the Ammersee had directed us to the monastery Andechs on Bavaria's holy mountain with the famous Benedictine monastery and the no less famous Bräustüberl / local brewery and pub with famous Andechs beer.

Hike through today's Neandertal - along the Düssel

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Hike through today's Neandertal - along the Düssel

Who has not heard of the Neandertal, the significant site of the remains of our human predecessor homo sapiens neandertalensis so far to the north, confronted with the ice ages and barren living conditions?

Water sports activities on the Danube Island Vienna

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Water sports activities on the Danube Island Vienna

A short hike in Vienna had again led us to the Danube Island, which is a 21.1 km long and up to 250 m wide artificial island between the Danube and the New Danube in the city of Vienna and Klosterneuburg.

Cycling in Cologne - with the HNF XD2 Urban

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Cycling in Cologne - with the HNF XD2 Urban

Especially when the weather is nice, cycling tours in and around Cologne are very popular. In addition, cycling to destinations of particularly interesting sights, they also offer the possibility of using paved bike paths as well as off-road biking, everything the cyclist's heart desires.

Evening walk from the town hall to Schnoor Quarter

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Evening walk from the town hall to Schnoor Quarter

Once again it had moved us to Bremen, this time the reason of our visit was a removal within the family. An opportunity for an evening walk through the world-famous Böttcherstraße to the town hall.

Walk on Lake Murten - oaks and pines line the beach

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Walk on Lake Murten - oaks and pines line the beach

A friend's visit had taken us to the village of Avenches, not far from Lake Murten in Switzerland, where in the afternoon we could take a long walk along the beach path under shady trees.

Erlkönige on the Nordschleife - Nürburgring

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Erlkönige on the Nordschleife - Nürburgring

The naming goes back to Goethe's ballad Erlkönig, with the verse "Who rides through night and wind that late? It is the father with his child "begins and was rewritten by some journalists in the early 1950s.

Bike ride across wetlands - poppies and cornflowers

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Bike ride across fields and wetlands - poppies and cornflowers

What a splendor of color along the wayside. Our biking tour through the nature reserves on the Gdańsk Bay also take us along magnificently blooming field margins that invite you to take photos.

By bike along the bike path on the Hel Peninsula

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By bike along the bike path on the Hel Peninsula

The Hel Peninsula, which is part of Poland, is a 34-kilometer long headland in the Pomeranian Voivodeship, about 20 kilometers north of Gdansk. It is just about half as long as the Frische Nehrung which has significantly more inhabitants than these.

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