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Published: 09/12/2018
The last day of the motorcycle holiday "Harz-Thuringen", we go home. First a lot inside to enjoy the surroundings and the last kilometers we drive on the highway.
Departure, just switch on the MyRoute-App Mobile to record the "Track"! After 2 hours we enter the Wintersportcentrum "Oberhof", really all sports facilities in the area of winter sports are present here. This is a great beautiful area and there are plenty of opportunities to pause.
After a short 4 hours drive it is time for lunch, we stop at McDonalds in Bad-Hersfeld to eat something other than a hamburger. Soon after lunch we take the highway to the last 370 KM to bridge. On the way we leave the freeway 2 times to stretch the legs and have a drink and the last time to refuel.

Once at home, just take the total score: From door to door 2.570,1 KM driven, it was at 19:00 still 27 degrees!

The motorcycle trip 2018 is over, we have seen a lot, laughed, eaten, drunk, (too) many closures and quite a lot of diversions but also many beautiful new pieces away!

The next motorcycle holiday with Cor goes to "Black Forest" in 2019!
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