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Hi Family and Friends,
Although it sounds like the battle cry of the Luftwaffe the harsh phonetics of its name certainly belie this beautiful soft and inviting city. .It really is a modern, technically industrialized city meeting the medieval past. I wasn't sure what to expect and had pinpointed this stop as more so a stepping stone down to Munich. I have been pleasantly surprised.
It is the sixth largest city in Germany and ...
... Dinkel Ackner".Yes I know, it sounds like something you would normally try to avoid, but from what I can interpret from the label, it is a bitter wheat beer; and tastes sensational. Just enjoying one now as I pen this blog entry. It is gloomy outside although the view of the mountain is still superb and with a Dinkel for company I have precious little to complain about.
Quite heavy rain and blustery winds swept through this beautiful gorge ...
My stay in Stuttgart later this week will give me a pleasant diversion from my prior travels. I will have company from home visit for two weeks to do some genealogy research in the area.
I spent time on Sunday writing nine thank-you notes from my time in Heilbronn. Additionally I started updating my research notes from visits to the Bretzfeld Archiv and Waldbach Pfarramt. I ate dinner at the apartment. I can say that it is really good to be back in an apartment rather than ...
... long communal benches (however, reservations were required). After a few sips of our liter beer, it was already time to start dancing on the bench! I was so glad to not be wearing high heels. How can one balance so up high?! I thought we were going to fall/the mech would break100000 times. But it was still so funny. A lot of American music was played (YMCA anyone?) and ...
... drink in public. And people, as a general rule, respect it.
Then my host, Ben and his flatmate Tina, went to another place to drink and stood in the park soaking up the fact that I was in Germany.
It hasn't really sunk in. Because I took a train, there was no 'welcome to Germany' and given I was already in the EU, there were no passport checks. Which also means no stamps....*sad face*