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... bent and twisted artefacts on display that were pulled from the ruin after the 13 February 1945 bombing firestorm. We then took a walk to the Bruhlsche Terrace which is an elevated terrace along the River Elbe and is aptly named "Balcony of Europe" with some great views of the majestic on both sides of the Elbe. We followed the Terrace down to the Residenzschloss (Royal Palace) and Semperoper (Opera House) which was rebuilt in 1977 after being totally destroyed in ...
... stay the night outside the shop and said I could use the shower and washing machine so I took full advantage and was introduced to the rest of the team. It was not long before I was sat in front of a long burner surfing the net with a beer in my ...
... campsite on the outskirts but as reception was closed the gardener just pointed me to the motorhome section. after looking around I saw a desert colour DAF truck and I thought that was a good spot.
While I was making tea the own of the truck Tim came past and said hello and realised I was English and said "later you come for beer". jus as I was putting my cooker away Tim handed me a beer. I quickly put the rest of my stuff away and went in to the back of his truck and a few ...
... 40km. Tomorrow we follow the Tauber to Rothenburg where Werner was born. It is about 75 km over mostly flat terrain except for the last ten when we get more rolling hills.
Today was all about the sheims. Tauberbischofsheim (overnight stop), Igersheim, Markelsheim, Weikersheim et al. All beautiful little medieval villages we passed through on our way to Rothenburg, one of the oldest walled cities in Germany and birthplace of ...
... to meet Daniel the tour guide to play soccer with some of his friends. It was another gorgeous day, and I loved being among a normal weekly activity of Germans. Again, all the people I met were really nice and welcomed me into playing with them. Despite being very out of it from all the far too short nights of sleep, I loved the exercise, soccer, and friends I made. Another kebab for dinner and hung out with Daniel a bit more and I was off to bed to wake up for my train the ...