Roman legionary.

„Stairways to Heaven“

Hier geht’s zum deutschsprachigen Reisebericht der Fahrradtour ➤ Day 22 At 5:00 a.m. I check the weather report and a bank of dark threatening clouds is moving in again from the northwest, so I speed up to get outta there; which won’t be possible. Grey is the name of the day and I still follow the river Main, which was…

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Near Hanau in the mosquito infested woodland.

River Main

Hier geht’s zum deutschsprachigen Reisebericht der Fahrradtour ➤ Day 21 DESPITE OF MY BAD IMPRESSION I had a great sleep, thanks to earplugs. I would like to visit the very close ancient Roman bath not even one kilometer away across the Autobahn in the woods next to the road. I ask about ten people than I give up. I am…

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Römer - Limes

The Rhaetian Limes

Hier geht’s zum deutschsprachigen Reisebericht der Fahrradtour ➤ Day 20 Worthless to say it is still raining but I want to keep on. I find a nice traffic-less bike route towards the limes first paralleled with Luther’s pilgrim path but then I had a problem. Five signs on pole, two to the limes, sure I took the wrong one! But…

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Hungen, Hessia.

Martin was here … 1521!

Hier geht’s zum deutschsprachigen Reisebericht der Fahrradtour ➤ Day 19 I was more than lucky to find asylum in Hungen, Hessia. Yesterday evening I cut out the tick, which was dig in deep and the whole area was infected. As we have the Lime disease in this area I was concerned and dig in deep, too. I’ve got all the…

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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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