Hotel Restaurant Hoehenblick
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... ruins on top of a mountain. The ruins were fascinating, but the hike to get to them was on a path that went through woods with a creek and waterfall along the way. Very picturesque! When we headed out there was a light rain falling at their house (the first we'd had since we arrived), but we headed out with raincoats and umbrellas and hoped for the best. Well, hope springs eternal ...
... we had a quick tour of the city, we started yet another hike up a mountain. This time we visited a church that was carved into the rock that was already there. Pretty amazing. We continued our walk through the forest and saw all kinds of artwork that had been installed by a church group...all very spiritual and uplifting. As we were walking along, I noticed the most exciting activity that kids were doing in the woods. It was a combination ...
... is nothing short of amazing. After the tour of the inside of the castle, we had a picnic lunch and then went to the Kloster Bebenhausen which was a former medieval monastery. Some of the buildings were converted into a royal hunting palace in the 19th century. While we were there we saw the Mayor of Tubingen...no paparazzi but a camera crew (of one)! I take that back...since I snapped a few pictures of him, I guess I qualify as paparazzi!
... America did eventually make it over to Germany eventually because as we walked into the forest, the playground had been changed. No more teeter totter and no more zipline, just a slide and some swings like any other playground. Schade, as the Germans say; what a shame.
We made it to Schloss Solitude where Natasha and I had a feast. Our picnic consisted of a bottle of inexpensive, surprisingly tasty, red wine; cheesy rolls; fresh, spreadable cheese ...
... old roommate of mine from back in 2006 was free to meet up with us for dinner and suggested a Swabian brewpub nearby our hotel. Natasha and I split a pretty generous portion, which was a kind of Swabian mixed plate, with two big maultaschen, some cheesy spaetzle (thick noodles, also fried in butter) and a good sized hunk of fleischkaese, which is kind of like a salty slice of meatloaf. This is hearty stuff and combined with a couple of the house Pilsners, I was in ...