Re: [linux-audio-dev] Re: Karlsruhe

From: Lee Revell <>
Date: Mon Feb 27 2006 - 08:40:31 EET

On Mon, 2006-02-27 at 17:30 +1100, Loki Davison wrote:
> On 2/27/06, Lee Revell <> wrote:
> > So it looks like I may be at LAC2006. I was thinking of bringing my SO
> > and spending a few days sightseeing after the conference, since we've
> > never been to Germany. Any recommendations for interesting stuff to do
> > in the area? We are into nature hikes, history, good restaurants -
> > pretty boring actually ;-)
> >
> > Lee
> is probably the best getting around tip anyone can give you.
> The fairytail castle schloss neu schwanstein is about 5 hours train
> from there, it's a big tourist attraction and really does look pretty
> awesome from the outside. Lots of good hiking/bush walking (what the
> hell is this word in en_UK or en_US?)

Hiking is what they call it in the US.

> Every city in that area has city
> forests that are quite nice for a walk in. Signage is limited to
> non-existant though. The black forest is worth a good look, very
> pretty. Bikes are a great way to get round if you are into that kind
> of thing. Lake Constance (bodensee) is 4 hours train south of there
> and is a really wonderful lake to swim in, and walk around. For a
> real taste of germany try a doener kebab (and baklava). Dirt cheap and
> fantastically tasty, unlike all the other food in southern germany.
> For local dishes try Spätzle and Maultaschen.

Thanks! We are definitely looking forward to seeing the black forest
and trying the beer. And no trip to Europe is complete without a nice
train ride.

Also, will anyone have a guitar I can borrow for the jam session (I'm
assuming there will be one ;-), or should I try to bring my Strat?

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