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... are allowed up the narrow tower at a time should have told me that it's a small space up top. You pay once you're at the top of the narrow spiral staircase, and then you have to climb a ladder to get outside for the real view. At the top of the ladder you squeeze through a tiny door (it's a little awkward) and then BAM you're outside and way above the main market square! It's, like I said, a very small space where you just walk around the bell at the top and enjoy the views ...
... a mile and a half and took us about an hour giving us beautiful views from different angles on the way. After poking around a few more shops we popped into another recommended café for lunch. Thankfully nobody shook their head no when we walked in which is good because I was tired of getting refused service at restaurants! Jonathan held the table while I made the order at the counter. You think we would've learned by now that when I'm put in charge of ordering the food ...
This morning we woke up to the smell of rural Germany and realised that the building opposite our guesthouse was in fact a barn.
We had over slept, so quickly got ready and went downstairs to enjoy a delicious Bavarian breakfast. Our hostess was lovely. We left with full bellies for a post breakfast walk around the town.
It was a cool morning but so refreshing to be out exploring. The kids enjoyed seeing the farm animals, especially some very cute calves.
... capped off a great day. Day 2 in Bayreuth also started with swimming and then a visit to near by Cruezen and Eingelmansreuth to continue the Lange family history tour of pubs and, mills and homes that are connected to the family, including a traditional pub meal in a Cruezen. Tomorrow we head to munich.... Look out ...
Travel Tip: Using the toilet in a German service station will cost €0.50, however you will receive a coupon that entitles you to a €0.30 discount on a cup of Segafredo coffee.
From the Mosel River the only way is up. The scenic routes in our book map are marked, and whenever possible I would encourage Snoop to keep us on these roads by travelling via a second town to our final destination. Here is ...