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... door with our giant suitcases and we secure a ride down. We take the other elevator back up to platform 4 where our train awaits us. I tell Mom, "Head for the door, I'll take the luggage!" Then the sound of a big surge of air as the brakes release and our train rolls out of the station without us. We opt to wait the 1 1/2 hours and resign to coffee and apple strudel until then.
We arrive in Augsburg a little later than anticipated but no ...
... little gifts. And now we are motivated more then ever to visit this amazing sounding country. At 5 we caught the bus and tram into town to visit the Christkindlmarkt. The rain snow slush had stopped falling from the sky just as the angels began to play their instruments from the top windows of the beautiful town hall. Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night at 6pm on the weeks before Christmas, the square is full of people watching the performance. It was nice. ...
... a tearful goodbye, (not from me, far too emotionally void) we took the long route back to Forstinning with Sophia, and were given a tour of a local Bavarian town called Erding, the home of Erdinger Weissbier, a well known Bavarian specialty. We were both touched by Sophia's generous hospitality and friendliness, someone we certainly won't be forgetting.
We used up a couple of days before our ...
... And those emblems that were meant to distinguish and segregate the different prisoners within the camp (Hitler thought the Jews, communist, priests, etc would stick within their groups and loathe the others) - well those emblems had an opposite impact, unifying the groups as they pulled together. Goodness prevailed. The prisoners memorial (shown in the attached images) is an inspiring depiction of each of the prisoner groups linked together, overlapping within a chain. ...
... the menu,.. was too good to resist. This village (typical of so many on this route)
was compact,.. beautiful,.. and full of history. Our plan for the day was to
make it to Nordlingen, the next village on the route, for our overnight. By the way,.. Rothenburg to Nordlingen is a
sum total of 80kms,.. and there were 3 villages to see on the way. On arrival in Nordlingen we found a camp spot
(just about the last one,.. we are noticing that more ...