NH Kloesterle Noerdlingen
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Beautiful walled village in Franconia. We drove through stunning scenery and arrived to glorious sunshine. We walked the perimeter wall and the charming cobbled streets of this picturesque hamlet. Spent the evening sampling regional wursts and beer. We chatted long into the evening with a delightful German couple, who Brenton may have invited to Adelaide for a holiday! This village was certainly one of the highlights of our trip so ...
... Wow do these Germans know how to do sausages ,was delicious ! The mongers had schnitzel burgers equally as good followed by the best iced coffees and beers for the boys.This particular lunch stop was extremely popular with bikers 90% of the clientele were in leathers,obviously out cruising on a Sunday in the best weather for riding . Garry also spotted a couple of old timers with an old 1940's Citreon in the ...
... br> established the true origin of this town.
It really is a beautiful town. Another Fun Fact: It was the town that Gene Wilder and Charlie from Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory flew over at the end of the movie. Despite the rain, we hiked to the top of a bell tower, went to the local museum and saw a few of the sights. Then it was off to Munchen...raining all the way.
When we checked into the hotel and I asked ...
Drove north from Donauworth to see what we could see. Stopped in Harburg for photos of the castle and arched stone bridge. Walked across the bridge, and were startled by the recorded heights of the river in flood. That would equal a lot of mud. Most of the adjacent houses would have had their ground floors and basements under water that was surging downstream. The force of the water would have been quite destructive by itself, let alone the actual ...
... seemed to be involved in, or in the middle of something. Emperor Maximilian, the last Teutonic Knight, celebrated the birth of his grandson here with a magmificent town feast.
Paul spotted the statue of "The Young Danube" which he'd missed when driving onto town. Not sure of the significance of the name in relation to the nude, but my focus was the fragrent roses.