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We started our day as usual, eating a filling German Breakfast. We then met up for some Pretzel Baking at the Oldest Bakery in Rothenberg. There was a little extra flour being tossed around in the process! We were graded on our pretzel making skills and if we made muster, than we received a certificate at the end. And of course we got to eat them …
... br> Lindsay had written on her list of recommended cities to visit in Germany the town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber, so she did give us the correct name. I think I even heard Rick Steves on his DVD say that name one time, but then he kept referring to the city at Rothenburg. We have been planning our train trips using the Eurail Trip Planner app on our phones. It works offline and give your detailed information about the scheduled trains, all ...
... on board and Al had a cigar and I sat in the sun and watched the locks. We couldn't go to the sundeck because the bridges are so low. I took a few pictures of the Main Canal and the pretty little towns along the way. We walked into town after lunch and walked around a bit. Very beautiful town. The old bridge was a pedestrian path and bikes also, there were so many people out and ...
... divide. We have passed through 42 of the 64 locks of our journey. We are approaching the more populated and industrial areas of Germany as is evident by the increase in buildings and industrial sites along the river, the increased traffic, the roads and bridges (massive structures over the river) and rail networks. As I write this blog the river runs alongside a major rail line and high speed trains fly past in either direction about every 3 ...
The sun has snuck out which is wonderful. Enjoying the passing autumnal scenery. Had a glass blowing demonstration from an entertaining salesman. Then a visit to a home of a local for sponge and strudel. Lovely people and great village. House heated hydronically in the ...