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Travel Blogs from Schlitz
... The river was really neat to see, as were the houses. The view up from the valley floor was incredible as well. This was a quick little part of our day, but worth mentioning!
The other thing I forgot was the scariest part of our trip. That's only because I'm terrified of heights, Jonathan was fine. We climbed the tower of the town hall building to get the view at the top. I guess I didn't really know what we were getting ourselves into, but maybe the fact that only ...
... we met two women that eventually identified themselves as Army officers, two ranks higher than us. They were nice and we chatted with them throughout the tour. At the end of the tour they invited us to join them for a beer, so the four of us went to a bar the night watchman had showed us called "hell." One of the women was pretty funny and a real pleasure to talk to. Unfortunately the other one, an ER doctor, was more interested in herself than anything else, and ...
... and Dan get so excited when they find them and we can't help but get caught up in their enthusiasm!! They are good though)
We then had to have chocolate crepes for dessert - yummy!
After walking and enjoying the markets & town some more, we headed back to our hotel. We left the town by a different exit, so were a little lost for a while. Thanks to Meg's great navigational skills (which she clearly didn't get from her mother) we made it back safely.
the 4:30am start was made bearable by the coffee and croissants as we boarded the Eurostar. Three trains later, (including two ICE's travelling a @ 240 kph much to Alex's delight) and 12 hours later we arrived in Nuremberg and met phil and Volker and picked up the cars to drive to Bayreuth. Dinner at our hotel was noisy as the ...
... homes and businesses. In the distance is the town hall and St. Jacob's Church. Parts of the wall and city were damaged in WWII but citizens of the world sent money to enable reconstruction. There are names and cities incorporated into the wall now. We found our market, and also met Daisy's German cousin. Have we mentioned the geraniums? They are everywhere, window boxes and planters, as they were in Haarlem and Lorch. They are so healthy and ...