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Peter Landgraf

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About Peter Landgraf

... wohne in Waldperlach (in München). Laufe (Halbmarathon), schwimme (für den Sixpack) und radel mit dem Rennrad (vielleicht mal in Hawaii). Und in die bayerischen Berge zieht's mich auch noch. 😊

Distance travelled

4,533 mi

Time in motion

598:20 h

Recent Activity
  1. Peter Landgraf went running.

    2 days ago

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    3.79 mi
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    Oliver '63, sumsi 👋 😊 👋 and 3 others like this.
    1. Peter Landgraf

      ... today we went on the small round through Waldperlach in Bavarian climes. 😊 Because, unfortunately, every sweet lottery life comes to an end at some point. 😫 But: the dynamic running-puffing rhythm "leveled off" at 5.11 minutes; the "bandwidth" was immense at first (almost 30 seconds). The last 3 km the legs ran continuously for 5.20 min. H. approx. 5.20 minutes at 1,000 meters. 😎

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      • 2 days ago

  2. Peter Landgraf went on a Tour.

    5 days ago

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    1. Peter Landgraf

      ... the location, if you don't know it, became "famous" more than 10 years ago (it was 2007) because the G8 summit took place here. 😎 Sorry, the feudal hotel is off the beaten track, there isn't much. 😐 Here and there a cafe and a few holiday apartments. Otherwise a lot of water and even more sand on the beach. 😂 It was very windy on site today. 😁 A few old houses, i. H. Villas are being renovated and then sold for a lot of money. The view of the sea is awesome, but I can't think of more positive things. I. E. Unfortunately it will not be the new apartment. 🤣

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      • 5 days ago

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    1. Peter Landgraf

      ... today we started cycling again, like every day; the one-way distance was about 21 km = one HM. 😃 The weather looked terrifying at first, but it wasn't raining (!). But it was sometimes very windy. The cycle path was almost perfect, only a few meters led over cobblestones (keyword: shaking trauma). Otherwise there was a lot to see and the positive energy balance was with a (!) Piece of cake, there were a few grapes hidden in the green area. 😊

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      • 5 days ago

  4. Peter Landgraf went on a Tour.

    5 days ago

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    1. Peter Landgraf

      ... you can swim in the water. 😉 Not very many people can walk on water. 😂 Today we took the ferry from A to B and then on again; hence the strange route. 😎 The weather was not ideal around 11.30 a.m., but (!), It did not (!) Rain. 👍

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      • 5 days ago

  5. Peter Landgraf went on a Tour.

    6 days ago

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    1. Peter Landgraf

      ... Rostock, a city in the north of Germany, has a population of around 210,000. The area covers about 1/3 of Munich. 😊 During a tour with the yellow school bus, the red double-decker bus did not have the right time, there was a lot of things to know and see about the city. Here and there you could still see enough fragments of the old city wall and a few city gates. 😉 Unfortunately, the many greasy graffiti on buildings and walls were negative. 😤 In the city center there were, among other things. many opportunities for shopping and different locations for every taste. 😊 The sensory test in an ice cream parlor passed the culinary "endurance test". 🤣

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      • 6 days ago

  6. Oliver '63, Anni and 5 others like this.
    1. Peter Landgraf

      ... to just go for a walk by the lighthouse in Warnemünde (near Rostock) at 30 ° C, blue skies and lots of sunshine is really boring. 😂 In order to take the meterological feeling of wellbeing to the extreme, it must be at least uncomfortably cloudy. Better, it still rains a little and optimally, it pails like buckets. 🤣 So it was in the afternoon. 😎 But: thanks to good clothes, the tingly feeling of being dripping wet was very limited. 👍 The healthy apple-shaped fruit sweetened the suboptimal weather. 😊 From the lighthouse, built in 1898, which costs € 2.00 per nose (approx. 150 steps lead to 34 meters), the view during the rain break was amazing. 😉

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      • 7 days ago

  7. Peter Landgraf went for a hike.

    September 14, 2021

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    1. Peter Landgraf

      ... in Travemünde "advertising" was also made for Prora. In T. it was animals. Here, in P., it was the fairy tales. 😊 Here, too, the sculptures were super-class, wonderful and mega impressive. 😎

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      • 7 days ago

  8. Peter Landgraf went for a hike.

    September 14, 2021

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    1. Peter Landgraf

      ... the place Binz is a recognized health resort. 😁 Anyone who is still ailing can, if necessary, take a cure at the Baltic Sea here - if there is a lot of sun. 😉 Would be a bit far from my "home port" (in the south of Bavaria), but still in an idyllic location. 😊 Lots of clean air, enough space to run and even more paths to cycle (but from time to time the underground paths are really bad). There would also be enough opportunities for feasting and shopping. 🤣

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      • 7 days ago

  9. Peter Landgraf went running.

    September 14, 2021

    sumsi 👋 😊 👋, Oliver '63 and 6 others like this.
    1. Peter Landgraf

      ... in the morning, shortly after waking up / getting up, convincing the mind, the legs and the bastard that the six-pack is not further deformed suboptimally is difficult. 🤣 But: finding an excuse today was out of the question. 😎 It was only 5 km, but the first and the last kilometer led over an uneven forest floor with lots of stones. 🤨 The flow was okay because breakfast was waiting afterwards. 😉 And later, keyword "six pack" and "positive energy balance" there was some fruit. 😂 Was mango yogurt and of course I only ate 1 (!) Piece.

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      • 7 days ago

  10. Peter Landgraf went for a hike.

    September 13, 2021

    1. Peter Landgraf

      ... around 5.30 p.m., shortly before the ticket office closed, for 12 € uro (is definitely worth the money) on the 82 meter high treetop path. 😊 There and back, including the 10 "circles" (up to 6% incline), have to be walked about 2 km. 😉 The view was amazing. 👍 Unfortunately, the cloudy weather during the day, together with the humidity, torpedo the possibility of going down to the ground using a slide at a height of 20.5 meters. 😫 Because otherwise the "mats" would have got stuck in the tube. 😫 Conclusion: definitely also without a slide 👍👍👍.

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      • September 13, 2021

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