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Bruchsal, Germany - 29th March 2008

By: fam-united

Hurray!!! Hurray!!!

We had a little party today!!!

We had some snacks and water to drink and a lot to laugh about, of course. Dogs became friends with cats, a turtle with a kangaroo, a monkey with a moose and more.

We played with a big and a small ball and we learned how to play the card game "Mau Mau".

Didn't the table look nice?

Mingus Moose prefered to sit on the ballon.

(Playmo)Bill decided to not eat anything, because he was afraid to be too thick for his hobby.

Bullet wanted all the peanuts for himself.

Coco first had been a bit sad, because there was no honey on the table, but she liked the gouda then.

How did (Playmo)Bill come to that peanut? Maybe he asked Mingus Moose???

HolidayHarry had been really thirsty after eating a lot of sweets.

Florence is very hungry and wants to try a chocolate banana muffin.

Pebbels thought, that the Harry Potter muffin looked nice. It was a muffin with blueberries. Curly took the chocolate banana muffin too.

Amara Anthea tried a muffin american style, just on with chocolate drops.

AliG seemed to play the detective. What did he expect to find out today???

Do you see how happy Tortilla and Josh look with this dish filled with gummi bears?

Chokito, Davy and I shared another Harry Potter muffin.

Only Hasi prefered something healthy - she wanted to eat a carrot.

Tilda hadn't been sure, whether she should try a "nimm 2 " or whether it is better to eat a carrot too.

Then we started playing with balls. At first we choose the Australian ball, but it was so big, that the little toyvoyager among us had big problems.



Later we decided to use a table tennis ball, which of course is much easier to play with.





At last we learned how to play "Mau Mau".




Our first winner was: Chokito

Second place: Bullet

Third place: Hasi

Fourth place: Pebbels


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Klitmoeller, Denmark - 10th May 2008

By: fam-united

Phewwwww! Finally we are here. Man I'm so tired and dizzy now, but Petra thinks, that it is a good idea to take a few photos with us

on a table in our home for two weeks


and in front of the house. Do you see us???


and now???


We are sitting on the bench, a really lovely place.


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Klitmoeller, Denmark - 10th May 2008

By: fam-united

In the early evening we went to the beach. I think, this is a very good place for me. Maybe going to different beaches will be one of my missions??? I still have to decide  :thinking:

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Bruchsal, Germany - 25th August 2008

By: Fasamapera

Today my girlfriend and I took some of us toyvoyagers on a little walk into the inner city.

Here I'm climbing on a tree in the palace garden


I'm sitting between the balustrades with Kari, Froggie and Galaxy Bear

Then they walked to the City Church to take some photos of the archaeological works there. They found some parts of the middle age palace there.

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Cologne, Germany - 31st August 2008

By: Fasamapera

Petra, her family and we drove to Cologne today. We met olgamaus and several other toyvoyagers there and had a great day together.

First I want to tell you a bit about Cologne:
Cologne is the fourth-largest city of Germany with about 1 Million inhabitants. It had been founded by Romans in the year 38BC and became the status of a Roman city in 50AD.
Cologne lies on the Rhine River. It is famous for the Cologne Cathedral (Kölner Dom), which is the seat of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Cologne. The University of Cologne is one of  Europe’s oldest universities. Cologne is also famous for the Cologne Carnival. Within Germany it is important as a media center, because many radio and television stations are based here.

It isn't easy to take a photo of the whole cathedral, because everywhere you go, you run against walls.
Here you see a side of the Cologne Cathedral. We were surprised, that there was only a small scaffold, because they always have to repair parts of the Cathedral.

We still had some time left, before we met Ralf, Petra's husband again, who had to go to the garden exhibition, so we decided to walk down to the River Rhine and take some photos there. Here you see the railway bridge and a cruise vessel.

Just turning around on our heels we saw a part of Cologne's historic city.

We tried to find a place for a group photo and found this dry fountain, which just seemed to be the right place. Katja, Petra and Sabrina helped us to sit at the right place.



Then we walked back to the Cologne Cathedral to meet Ralf and go to have lunch together.

We walked to a typical Cologne restaurant, which also has a small brewery (Brauerei).

Of course it was a must to order "Köllsch" and a Malzbier, both typical beers of Cologne.

After lunch we walked back to the cathedral, because we had no chance to go inside in the morning. There still had been church service in it. Now it was open and we went into this big church with its beautiful windows. I'm sorry, but the photos aren't that great.
The cathedral is a World Heritage Site. It is one of the world's largest churches, the largest Gothic church in Northern Europe. It has the scecond-tallest church spires and presents the largest facade of any church in the world. The construction began in 1248 and took until 1880 to complete. It is 144,5 metres long, 86,5 metres wide and its two towers are 157 metres tall.

The Cologne railway station is next to the cathedral. We went there to say "goodbye" to Katja, who got home by trail.


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Bruchsal, Germany - 24th August 2009

By: fam-united

The elderberries are ripe and so it is time to pick them. My hosts know a good place to go, where many elder bushes grow. So they went there and came back with three big plastic bags.


At home we had to wash them.



Then we had to cook them and to fill the juice into the bottles.


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on my way to South Tirol, Italy - 19th September 2010

By: fam-united

I helped Ottokar driving the car.


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Lana, Italy - 21st September 2010

By: fam-united

I'm cooking coffee.


Then we have breakfast.


I was told to wait here until we would go walking.


When we looked around we had this lovely view to the Vigiljoch.


Then we had to get things finished like making the bed, because we wanted to drive to another place.


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Meran, Italy - 21st September 2010

By: fam-united

Soon we arrived at Merano. It's really beautiful there.


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Bozen, Italy - 23rd September 2010

By: fam-united

Today we drove to Bozen, Bolzano in English.



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Bruneck, Italy - 24th September 2010

By: fam-united

Here I drink coffee in Bruneck, Brunico.


Then we walked through beautiful streets.


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Bruneck, Italy - 25th September 2010

By: fam-united

I'm having a lazy day with Ottokar, still driving around a bit.


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somewhere, Italy - 26th September 2010

By: fam-united

I'm sleeping next to Ottokar. He's the owner of the caravan, by the way.


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Drei Zinnen, Italy - 27th September 2010

By: fam-united

The Tre Cime di Lavaredo (Italian for "the three peaks of Lavaredo"), also called the Drei Zinnen (German, literally "three merlons"), are three distinctive battlement-like peaks, in the Sexten Dolomites of northeastern Italy. They are probably one of the best-known mountain groups in the Alps ( see at wikipedia)



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Salzburg, Austria - 29th September 2010

By: fam-united

Today we arrived at Salzburg. We decided to go there, because we had such a bad weather for the longest time of our stay in South Tirol.


This is the bed of the prince bishop in Hohensalzburg castle.


Once again we have to wait until ...  I have to do a pee


Then we were at Cafe Fürst.


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