Landlord’s town of Laubach

The dram, the frog and the tick!

Hier geht’s zum deutschsprachigen Reisebericht der Fahrradtour ➤ DAY 18 – The dram, the frog and the tick! “Clueless without knowing” that is the goal for my trip and to be honest, it is. I am now reaching an area, where normal Görmans from the country site, especially those from the coasts, usually not going freely. One reason: all “things”…

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watermills and castles

May Pole!

Hier geht’s zum deutschsprachigen Reisebericht der Fahrradtour ➤ DAY 17 May Pole! The damp heath is almost not bearable. I have had a bad night, dampness and heavy rain as well as thunder all night. In the morning there is no real relieve. The climate is not very encouraging for biking like in the tropic, not my favorite either. I…

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Dagobertshausen and Daisy Duck, the goose girl.

Dagobertshausen? – No shit !?

Hier geht’s zum deutschsprachigen Reisebericht der Fahrradtour ➤ DAY 16 Dagobertshausen? – No shit !? After I realized that I am definitely not nailed to the bed this morning I start felling better. My muscles are still aching but after my muesli and a green tea as well as stretching the screaking in the joints stops too all is fine.…

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Good ol’ German one-horse-towns

Beiseförth … !…

Hier geht’s zum deutschsprachigen Reisebericht der Fahrradtour ➤ Day 15 – Beiseförth … I wake, … yes , yes the birds, I’m in the woods! … beat and my throat is as dry as a dead dingo’s donger. The salt tablets in the evening were fine but to late my aching legs tell me. “Just ain’t your day Marry Lou”…

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Old one-horse-town with a thousand year old history

Almost!

Hier geht’s zum deutschsprachigen Reisebericht der Fahrradtour ➤ DAY 14 – Almost! Sure it’s still raining this morning and shivering cold. I know it is boring to tell but the birds are singing like hell again. Just think about your awakening every bloody morning with traffic sounds and the good old city smell of burnt Görman HQ diesel. What a…

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Market place fountain with Goose Lizzy, Göttingen.

Goose Lizzy

Hier geht’s zum deutschsprachigen Reisebericht der Fahrradtour ➤ Day 13 – Goose Lizzy When I wake up surrounded by bird songs I know, today ain’t my day. It is damp, hot and I feel like jelly. The heath got me at the end. I check for the next campground with a washing machine and found one some 40 clicks away.…

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Jewish Graveyard hill near Bovenden (Göttingen)

A Jewish Graveyard

Hier geht’s zum deutschsprachigen Reisebericht der Fahrradtour ➤ DAY 12 – A Jewish Graveyard The check of the daily weather report was obligatory yesterday before I hit the pillow. It will be a horrifying day today 36° C and thunderstorm tens a penny. So I get up early 4:30 a.m. The night was divine. Instead of traffic and plane noises…

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Lower Saxony capital Hannover

Shithole Hannover

Hier geht’s zum deutschsprachigen Reisebericht der Fahrradtour ➤ Day 11 – Shithole Hannover Heute Nacht habe ich Ohrenstöpsel tragen müssen, der Lärm der Autobahn ist schier unerträglich gewesen. Um 5:30 Uhr bin ich auf der Straße, obwohl heute ein „Sonntag“ ist. Keine Rushhour. Gleich hinter dem Zeltplatz erschlägt einen die Stadt. Das Wetter passt. Nebel und Nieselregen. Die Routenauszeichnung ist…

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Life style at the end …

Civilization …

Hier geht’s zum deutschsprachigen Reisebericht der Fahrradtour ➤ Day 10 – Civilization … This morning is enlightening again -2° C. To be honest I am not specifically prepared for that end of May. Consequently I am freezing my way across the heathland looking for the bike route along the river Leine, which is supposed to be nice. Pity I didn’t…

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Heathland cottage

Lüneburg Heath

Hier geht’s zum deutschsprachigen Reisebericht der Fahrradtour ➤ Day 9 – Lüneburg Heath Today I pass the southern part of the famous German area of Lüneburg Heath to reach the bike route along the River Leine. Small villages, farm roads, minor traffic and no shops in this rural area. Just great for biking. The people are relaxed, friendly and talk…

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