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Bin ein Meenzer-bub, derzeit geschäftlich in Frankfurt/Main und besuche mein Boot in den Jungferninseln in 3 Wochen!


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All you multi lingual types give me a headache...Im still learning new words daily from you guys in my own language...

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bonjour Stillrainig, comment ca va?

(thats about the only french I speak, unless I try to talk the french lady into bed )

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Madman probably speaks both Bavarian and German.


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no, sorry, bavarian only when drunk :-)

I only lived in munich for 12 years, so I am considered a foreigner here, My grandchildren have a chance of being accepted as bavarians

still my favorite place to be in germany, great city, nice jobs, lot of leisure opportunities,

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Hi djodenda ,

yes thers lots ofplaces to rent small boats, bear in mind, that the lake is only about 12 miles long, so a 20 foot boat is sufficient. Geretsried is near the south part of the lake, so I guess in Seeshaupt would be the lace to look. I'll check and let you know.

If you need any other tips about beergardens, mountains etc let me know.

have fun and try to make our trip towards fall, to october fest :-)

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We'd probably be there in August... Last time, in 2006, I stayed in Leoni. I think it was the Hotel Leoni, right on the water. There was a small boat rental place just south of the hotel, but they were closed, and there were no sailboats to rent that I could see...

Thinking we might stay in Bad Tolz this time, but not sure...

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oh, Leoni is nice, beautiful restaurant there, been there a few times myself

I believe they have a rental in the city of Seeshaupt, if not you should find one in Tutzing (near Nordbad) or Ammerland. If I wouldn't have such a very old and very worn boat, I'd take you for a trip

In Bad Tolz I would recommend a trip to Lengries to Brauneck, a very nice mountain, with some great views and nice cottages to sleep over mountaineer like :-)

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Mad...mein Vater ist Deutsch und er war in Gorch Fock bis 1965.

Ich bin ein Sohn der Deutschen Marine, und meine Mutty ist Portugiesisch.

Ich habbe einer Deutschen Schule besucht, aber mein Deutsch is nicht seher gut.

Ich wohne in Estoril, wiest du Estoril?
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Wow, Gorch Fock ist ja super, das wohl berühmteste Deutsche Schiff !!

Estoril ist im Süden, oder? Leider war ich noch nie in Portugal... olte ich wohl mal machen.

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