Yipee Hooray! It's our 100th post. After a few weeks stay with family and friends in Poland we continue our family camping road trip, this time amidst the spike in coronavirus cases all over Europe--specially in places we intended to visit. Uggghhh! And today, the first day of our return trip, and after 3 years, … Continue reading Day 17: 100th post, Family Camping Problem in Germany
We arrived much later than initially planned so we knew that we would only have very limited time to explore the family-friendly must-see places in Freiburg. We managed to squeeze in some kid-approved agenda the following day which basically meant . . a go-slow walk around the city center, city park and playground, and an … Continue reading What to Do in Freiburg, Germany with Kids?… Visiting My old Haunts.
Where's a cheap place to stay in Freiburg, land of the Deutsch. . . (and pretty much in many places). . . with or without your family? Try camping! Here's a quick review of campsite "Camping Hirzberg" in Freiburg, Germany. We stayed there for an over-nighter in late August 2019, on the 27th day of … Continue reading Quick Review: Convenient Camping Hirzberg in Freiburg, Germany
Entering Mainz from the Wiesbaden side, where we camped out. Mainz, Germany was very special to me as a child. I would spend my summer vacation visiting my mom who used to work here. It was a little bit like a different planet for a kid from Poland in the early 90s... stores filled with … Continue reading Childhood memories revived in Mainz, Germany
Somewhere between camping sites on the Wesel-Datteln Kanal (north of Duisburg) and the Barleber See in Germany, we broke 2,000 miles (3,200 kilometers) on the 19th day of our family camping road trip this summer. Dancing with the ducks along the Wesel-Datteln Kanal... simple pleasures that come with Camping Lippetal in Germany. After a short … Continue reading Thank God and Google for making camping “on the fly” easy (days 19-20, camping road trip)