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Water skiing facility allows wakeboarding on the Danube

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Water skiing facility allows wakeboarding on the Danube

The morning walk along the New Danube from Camping New Danube had brought us crossing the pedestrian bridge below the A 23 via the side arm New Danube to the Danube island, which we had already explored in the opposite direction with its beach sections and cafes.

Hundertwasserhaus Vienna - discover more facets

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Hundertwasserhaus Vienna - discover more facets

Despite several visits, a part destination of our tour through Vienna once again was the house of planner and artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser, where there are still new details to discover in his fascinating architecture.

Yun family on a world tour - in a caravan from Korea

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Yun family on a world tour - in a caravan from Korea

Our encounters on the road are never safe from surprises, according to we have reported on these encounters often already. Of course, there are also countless long-distance travelers among the European campers, who have long left the borders of Europe and do some adventurous tours.

Budavári Sikló - cable car to the Castle Mountain of Budapest

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Budavári Sikló - cable car to the Castle Mountain of Budapest

Our first explorations in the surroundings of the campsite Zugligeti Niche Kemping had already brought us to the chairlift up to the highest elevation of Budapest, the Janosberg. The Janosberg is still a popular recreational area or a tour destination for the city's population, so there are plenty of footpaths and cycle paths in a green environment (report follows).

From Neue Donau to Prater - Wurstelprater

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From Neue Donau to Prater - Wurstelprater

For another exploring of Vienna we started from the campground New Danube on foot this time, in order to find a route as far as possible away from local noisy traffic to the city, which can either be followed on foot or bike. The goal was the green zone called Prater, at least to get to the Wurstelprater, despite the current temperatures.

Using the bike to Metelkova - passing Ljubljana City Center

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Using the bike to Metelkova - passing Ljubljana City Center

The Avtonomni kulturni center Metelkova mesto is an autonomous center for politics and culture in the center of the Slovenian capital Ljubljana, which is well known all over the world (we have already reported).

Kitzingen - along Main river to citizens' festival for integration

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Kitzingen - along Main river to citizens' festival for integration

Although the weather forecast had announced quite a few showers during the day, a look to the sky told us different story, however, let's spend another day in Kitzingen, especially cause a citizen's festival on integration will happen at the wine festival place within the concept of already mentioned cultural days.

More impressions from Staufer-Spectacle in Waiblingen

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More impressions from the Staufer-Spectacle in Waiblingen

After an impressive first tour across the open-air area on the Remsinsel of Waiblingen, we were more than impressed by the eagerness of the fairgrounds, their costumes, the tent camp and, above all, the musical performances spread over the day.

Kitzingen - Cultural Days exhibition on Main Bridge

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Kitzingen - Cultural Days exhibition on the old Main Bridge

Gorgeous sunshine had lured us away from the computer to the large parking lot at the main bridge near Kitzingen, when the flags and pennants on the bridge and in the city were already striking from a distance.

Visiting the Staufer-Spectacle in Waiblingen - first impressions

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Visiting the Staufer-Spectacle in Waiblingen - first impressions

Medieval festivals follow the trend for history, at least in many cities and castles, which have a long history, so they do in Waiblingen with the background of the Staufer Family Clan which set up personalities such as Friedrich I Barbarossa during early Middle Ages.

The chapel on the island of Shurdhahi - the ancient Sarda

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The chapel on the island of Shurdhahi - the ancient Sarda

Our boat trip on the Vau-Deja reservoir was very relaxed despite our initial skepticism towards the large group of students in anticipation of possible alcohol consumption and then appeared and was surprisingly accompanied by a lot of singing and easy exchange (without alcohol at all, great!).

Second excursion Cem Valley to Tamara mountain village

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Another excursion to Cem Valley to Tamara mountain village

It was a really imposing tour that we had done together with Linda and Franc from Legjenda Camping, when traveling along Lake Shkoder to the Cem Valley and Tamara some time ago, which we wanted to do again now next to the border crossing at Hani Hotit.

From Camping Sikia around the mountain range of Pelion

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From Camping Sikia around the mountain range of Pelion

It ultimately was the note of the campsite owner of Camping Sikia, which prompted us to take a discovery tour around the mountain massif of the Pelion, which even, quite interesting to learn, even offers a small ski resort.

The Schnoor - Bremen's most famous visitor magnet

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The Schnoor - Bremen's most famous visitor magnet

We want to use the once again wonderful weather for a further walk through Bremen, where today's destination will be the district of Schnoor, one of the most attractive parts of Bremen, at least with regard to international tourism.

La Strada - Bremen's city is transformed into a stage

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La Strada - Bremen's city center is transformed into a stage

Again, it was just a short stay in Bremen, which we could use to look around for some cultural events happening around. We once have heard of the La Strada street festival, which is quite well-known already beyond the city limits, so it took our attention for an the afternoon stroll.

Skanderbeg Museum - Story of Albania in elaborate pictures

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Skanderbeg Museum - Albanian history in elaborate pictures

After the passage of the mighty castle gate of the fortress of Kruja, we arrived at the fortress's inside areas, where, according to the plans of a daughter of Enver Hoxha, an imposing museum of contemporary history was being built.

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