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... We were rewarded with another wonderful German traditional meal full of meats with an unusual side of dumplings shaped like a pasta twirls. Garry and I have started sharing meals due to the size and heavy meats. It worked great tonight as we got to enjoy the best ever apple fritters dusted with cinnamon sugar ,served with vanilla bean ice cream . After dinner we met at the church tower for The Nightwatchman ...
... br> is unlike any other town in the district. In fact, it's unlike any other
town on the whole planet. This pretty medieval town, with a population
of 20,000, is situated entirely inside a massive meteorite crater 25 km
across. This crater called the Nördlinger Ries, was formed some 14.5
million years ago when a meteor about a mile across slammed into Earth.
It was only less than fifty years ago that evidence ...
... streets were blocked off and dug up. The gothic church of St George was also undergoing restoration, so swathed in shrouds, inside and out.
Dinkelsbuhl: delightful town, well geared for tourists. Having said that, still a very pleasant town to experience. Freshly painted buildings, windows boxes bursting with colour, cobblestoned streets, city walls and portals close by. Walked along the city walls, inside and out, and as the ...
... 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.
Tuesday, August 26
Today, we headed back towards Frankfurt. We wanted to be in FRA on Wednesday night, so we could meet the Captain and Barbara on Thursday morning. So, I booked us another hotel back in Dinkelsbuhl. This was an easy day for us, as we only drove about 100 miles back up the Auto-Bahn. We did pull off the Auto-Bahn for 3 hours in the city of Ulm and walked through this town. We parked ...