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... we got to the place where we would hike, there was no rain at all. In fact, the sun was coming out periodically throughout the entire day. It really was perfect hiking weather and just what we needed before we headed to the car to set out for Munich tomorrow. Hopefully I won't have to write about misadventures with the GPS tomorrow!
For our farewell dinner, Steve and I wanted to ...
... on our tour was a stop at the Ritter Sport chocolate store and museum. I think we walked out with enough chocolate to last us for at least a year...if not longer! When Sarah came here for a visit, Tilmann took her there and described it to me as "The Evil Store." I can see why!
After the Mercedes tour, Tilmann left us to come back to the house to ...
... 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 ...
Fun fact...washing is for the weak! At least that's what they used to think many centuries ago. Since they didn't want to wash, their hair was pretty gross so they wore wigs. At night they would put the wigs in bird cages so that the birds could pick out all of the bugs! Kind of a buzz kill for the romantic notion of life in a castle. Also, the women felt that the whiter their skin looked, the it would show people that they were rich because they could ...
... task now is attempting to translate the documents that are written in the old German script which less than 10% of Germans themselves can read today. In the afternoon, with only about an hour or so until the archivist was going to leave, I turned my attention to the village materials that had yet to be indexed. I checked with the archivist to see if it was important to keep the material in its current order and was grateful with a “Nein” answer. I set aside some of the ...