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We have met David three years ago in Krakow, while we were visiting Auschwitz during our bike trip from Prague to Vienna. At that time David had been on the road traveling by trains, planes, buses, and what have you for 9 months and thought, he'd be done traveling once he'd be gone for a year. We were curious about his travels and how one could afford such an adventure, so we started talking with him. Actually, we met for dinner that evening and once we found out that we'd be in Budapest around the same time during our travels, we decided to meet up again in Budapest.
Whenever we are not visiting with friends and family or going for walks, we still continue to jump on our bikes to go places. Here are a few pictures from a our short excursion to Iphofen. Enjoy.
While we are waiting for government agencies to make up their minds about visas and insurances, we take a few day-tours around the area. There are several bike paths leading out of town. Most are paved some wind their way through woods and the countryside on dirt and gravel. Either way, they are all fun to ride on, while exploring the area around the house...and it feels soooo good to be back on the bike!
Day 233 - 234 (23/24 Oct 2013) No, we have not fallen off the face of the earth-- yet,, we are not done traveling--yet! Much has happened and we just simply have some catching up to do!

It only took us a few extra months, but we finally put together a few webpages highlighting our most recent bicycle tour through Czech, Poland, Slovakia, and Hungary. We've added a small sample of photos for you to view, information about the places we stayed...

During the summer of 2009, we headed to Europe for our first major bike touring adventure and our first stop was Germany. We spent the majority of the first week or so visiting with family and friends; however, we did manage to get out...