we sail from dover on the 21st july on the last ferry out and we will be stopping on the aire you can see next to the beach when you come in to the port of calais. from there we will be heading towards germany "89129 Langenau" (with an overnighter on route) where we will be meeting up with lisa's mum and her coach trip (we meet them every year) and we will be joinin them on some of there trips The village of Langenau is the perfect base for this holiday, where you can experience the Alpine beauty of Bavaria, classical cities, and perfectly preserved towns on the Romantic Road that have remained unchanged for centuries. Full day Rothenburg and the Romantic Road this trip takes us to two of the prettiest towns on the Romantic Road – Rothenburg ob der Tauber and Dinkelsbühl. Stroll through cobbled streets, admire the colourful buildings and relax in Rothenburg’s charming market square. Full day Munich The lively capital of Bavaria, at the foot of the Alps, is full of sights to see, including the old town, the royal avenues and squares and numerous parks. A chance to visit one of the famous Bierkellers should also not be missed. Half day Giengen and the Steiff Museum We visit the pretty town of Giengen, to visit the home of one of Germany’s most famous exports, the Steiff bear, with an included visit to the Steiff museum. Lake Constance and German Alpine Road Charming Blaubeuren & Ulm. once we leave there we will be heading back to lake garda and we will have another look around there for a few days, after garda we will have a short drive to verona i was thinking of stopping here http://www.campingcastelsanpietro.com/articles.asp?id=8 or if any one has any suggetions that would be good, from there we will head to florence for a few days at camping michelangelo but any suggestions again welcome, after a few days there we will head to pisa maybe here http://www.campeggiointernazionale.com/EN/home.html after being there we are wanting to head further down the tuscan coast so if any one has any ideas they are more than welcome as nothing is set in stone.