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... right to levy taxes and so they became very wealthy. Napoleon abolished trheir rule in 1803 with the crearion of the 'Kingdom of Bavaria'.
Didn't get to see Wurzburg much but went straight on a tour to Rothenburg in the Tauber Valley about an hours drive away and one of the most picturesque villages in Germany and certainly one of the most famous. Its completely surrounded by a wall and is full of charm (but to me ...
... and the ground was nice and muddy. There were plenty of arts and crafts, a few tents with seating and colourful lights illuminating the trees and walls. But the best part was being able to walk into the castle grounds with our mugs of Glühwein and have a look at the city from the castle balcony. Pretty impressive at night time!
Having planned it for the last two weeks, we got up nice and early on Sunday for our daytrip to ...
... our meals. Thanks to Lily we met some lovely people from the town seated at the next table. They helped us with the 5 varieties of snitzel on the menu, recommended a beer for Clint & dessert for the kids.
Snitzel all around - delicious!
It was a lovely atmosphere & a great experience to stay in a smaller town rather than in the larger, more touristy ones.
We enjoyed the night, and no wifi.
... Hall in Baden Wurttemberg, this is the in the region of Germany where I was born. Baden Wurttemberg and Bavaria are the nicest parts of Germany, my opinion only. Walked around, shopped, coffee and lunch and got into our massive room, good internet and most importantly warm. A great day. Went for dinner in the restaurant, I had trout, Jenny had chicken, but we got bread and Ganz Schmalz (goose lard) you may think, ...
... Had a typically German meal with beer of course.
Spent the next morning slowly meandering through the old town and stopping for schneeballe (sweet pastry balls) and bratwurst rolls. I got totally carried away taking photos!
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