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Caravans at the Exhibition Salon - yesterday & today

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Caravans at the Exhibition Salon Düsseldorf - yesterday & today

The first "tourist touring cars" were manufactured in Great Britain since the end of the 19th century. They were sometimes furnished very luxurious, biaxial and initially drawn by horses. At the beginning of the Second World War, there were several thousand caravans on the British Isles already.

Graffiti and Writing in the road tunnels of Trier

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Graffiti and writing in the road tunnels of Trier

The acceptance and definition of graffiti is very different in society. Unauthorized graffiti in public perception, especially in the Western world, is usually considered to be a form of vandalism, but it is also recognized by others as a form of art.

Germany Tour and Flying Grass Carpet guests in Trier

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Germany Tour and Flying Grass Carpet guests in Trier

Usually people go to the city parks to go for walks, but most of all they use the public gardens to relax in the sun, play football, have a picnic with friends and enjoy other leisure activities.

The Rhine ferry Langst-Kaiserswerth - Caravan-Salon

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The Rhine ferry Langst-Kaiserswerth - dusk on Rhine river

Directions to Dusseldorf Caravan Salon - Anyone who has driven along one of the banks of the Rhine can judge for himself that relatively few bridges span the Rhine, probably because their construction is very complicated and expensive because of the sometimes considerable width of the Rhine and the need not to restrict the navigation of the Rhine.

Timiou Prodomu Monastery - a dead end road at Aliakmos

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Moni Timiou Prodomu Monastery - a dead end road at Aliakmos

There are couple of monasteries of the same name, the Greek´s most famous John the Baptist Monastery still is Moni Timiou Prodromou on the steep flank of the Lousios Gorge, so it must be first to mention, if you talk about most lovely surrounding.

Wittenberg - more than just Lutherstadt on the Elbe

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Wittenberg - more than just Lutherstadt on the Elbe

Our shooting on the campsite of Bergwitzsee should begin in the afternoon, enough time to do a little excursion to the city of Wittenberg, since 1938 officially called Lutherstadt Wittenberg.

Blogger intends to drive to the Bergwitzsee in Saxony-Anhalt

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Blogger intends to drive to the Bergwitzsee in Saxony-Anhalt

Many of our spontaneous action have lead to interesting encounters that can neither be expected nor planned. So we followed the invitation of GentleTent Vienna and the blogger Stefan to the deployment presentation of the BTurtl to the Bergwitzsee in eager anticipation. This will be followed shortly by a detailed report.

Meeting with the roof tent nomads in Stadtoldendorf

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Meeting with the roof tent nomads in Stadtoldendorf

Starting off from the outdoor trade fair in Friedrichshafen we directly drove to the meeting of the roof tent nomads in Stadtoldendorf next to Hanover, which met for the second time on a large area, formerly military training ground.

Classic motorcycle on the Grand Prix circuit of Nürburgring

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Classic motorcycle on the Grand Prix circuit of the Nürburgring

And again we are on the road: This time out to the Grand Prix track of the Nürburgring, where we expect historic racing motorcycles and teams: The so called Cologne Course is organized since 1991 by MSC Porz e.V. on the Grand Prix track of the Nürburgring.

The ferry to the Carmelite Church St. Josef on the Moselle

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The ferry to the Carmelite Church St. Josef on the Moselle

Once again on exploration tour, the way from Adenau next to the Nordschleife of the Nürburgring should bring us down into the Moselle valley, where we first arrived in Cochem famous for its well-known castle complex, which today was dipped with fog.

An innovative idea for the design of concrete walls

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An innovative idea for the design of concrete walls

It was actually just a visit to a local pharmacy, which had led us to a concrete paved with concrete walls enclosed parking lot in Velbert in North Rhine-Westphalia.

Path chapel on the way up to the Jablanica mountains

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Path chapel on the way up to the Jablanica mountains

"Path Chapels" are often very small chapels that stand at junctions or historically determined locations. Some chapels go back to roofed and converted way crosses and stones. What the background of this chapel on the way exactly is, we could not clarify unfortunately so far.

St. Paul's Spring Sithonia - starting point for hiking tours

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St. Paul's Spring Sithonia - starting point for hiking tours

Last year, we visited St. Paul's Spring on Sithonia, which for many Greeks serve as actual source of water for their home table water too and next to see the spring, we also followed the marked trail up to the top of the mountain.

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