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  • Sightseeing Trier

    Birthday, climbing and sightseeing in Trier

    Miriam wished for her birthday to be tourists in one of Germany’s oldest towns, Trier. She also wanted to keep her tradition of climbing on her birthday, so this was the perfect opportunity to check out the bouldering gym, Bloc Chocolate. Yes, you heard it right, bouldering and chocolate. The owners of the gym just happened to love making cakes and climbing. So why not combine that? This day was…

  • Service Roka Werk

    Every home needs some maintenance once in a while

    It’s hard to believe that it’s already over eight months since our last visit to ROKA Werk in Germany. Every home needs some maintenance once in a while, especially one on wheels. Our adventure is soon coming to an end, at the end of July we’ll be back in Norway. Therefore, we had a pitstop in Germany to make sure that the Airstream is in perfect condition and safe to…

  • Füssen – Our first meeting with the Alps

    There are so many stunning pictures of the Neuschwanstein Castle (in South of Germany) on Instagram. We decided to go there to see it ourselves and spend a few days in Füssen on our way to Innsbruck. A beautiful place, but unfortunately we were a bit unlucky with the weather and full campsites. We ended up paying a lot for watching the fog and walk in the rain.  We arrived…

  • Airstream maintenance in Siegen and Limburg

    After an enjoyable week in Heidelberg it was time for our first Airstream maintenance in Siegen, not too far from Frankfurt. Our second appointment, a routine service for the Airstream, was at Roka, stationed not far from the little town Limburg. These places are not too far away from each other and thanks to good organizing by Glen, Christoffers dad, we got the appointments in the same week. Even though…

  • Heidelberg

    Heidelberg – “A Harry Potter film set”

    After Munich we had to go north in Germany in order to have some maintenance on our Mothership. The drive was a little bit long with the Airstream and we had almost a week to spend before our appointments, so we needed a stop on the way. Our German friends Maren and Markus strongly recommended us to spend a few days in Heidelberg, to take a walk in the pretty Old…

  • Bouldering world cup

    Bouldering World Cup Munich, Climbing & Shopping

    After ten good days in Czeck it was time to once again pack all our stuff and take the mother ship back to Germany. This time heading to Munich to watch the last Bouldering World Cup live. Pretty stoked you can say! We liked Munich a lot, this outdoor/sporty city suits us perfectly and we’re definitely going back! Maybe already to the Bouldering World Cup 2019 (In May). We arrived…

  • The National Park of Saxon Switzerland Eastern Germany

    The National Park of Saxon Switzerland is one of the most beautiful landscapes in Europe. It stretches between Pirna in the Eastern Germany and the Czeck border. We found a really cool hiking-trail, the Sandstone Mountains Malerweg which is supposed to be one of the most picture friendly hiking-trails in Germany. Of course we had to check it out. And look at the bridge and the mountains in our pictures.…

  • Berlin – Sightseeing & bouldering

    We had a pretty long drive from Harry’s Place to Berlin and arrived in the evening at a campsite south of Berlin, Hotel and City Camping South. A very nice and quiet campsite just outside the city. Christoffer finally got to test his backing skills with the mothership, also with audience on the campsite. He managed perfectly! First camping challenge: Check! One big note to self is to have cash…

  • Airstream Camping – Munkbrarup, Germany

    After some days in Copenhagen we were eager to get to Berlin, but the drive is too long without a stop with our Airstream mothership. Therefore, we decided to find a place to stay the night on the German side of the boarder. Our Airstream is registered in the European part of the International Airstream Club, WBCCI Europe (Wally Byam Caravan Club). As members of this group there is a…