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Rothenburg Germany...what a cute little town. Lunch (yes, eating AGAIN) and a little shopping and pics! Thanks to our Aussie friend Murray, I now have a folk song called 'Little Boxes' in my head. Google it!!! Murray & Bernadette are from Australia and we ...
... on. Ended up being at the motel and booked in by 3:30pm. Despite the cool conditions and drizzle three of us went in search of our favourite post-ride treat, yoghurt/icecream. Mission completed, but we were soon back in our warm, dry rooms. We mall ventured out again at 6pm for an Indian dinner, which was our pick. It was very yummy, some of the best Indian food ever. Another great day on the bike, thanks to all ...
... A fascinating place of which we saw a tiny part. In addition, Wurzburg has more churches than Adelaide and plenty of museums, galleries, market place and lovely parks and gardens. In short it's a great place to spend a couple of days, although there was plenty we didn't get time to see so will have to do those during our next visit here. Dinner was Italian with pasta and pizzas, fuel for tomorrow when we are back on the bike. A nice early night after a big day on the ...
... served ended his tour of duty in the 1920! Along our tour, we learned how Rothenburg thrived as the crossroad of the East-West and North routes of trade. During our stroll, we also "went to hell" (it’s a bar!) and learned about a young Assistant Secretary of Defense, John McCloy, who had a painting of Rothenburg in his home. After heavy bombing by the allies in late March 1945 when nearly 45% of the wall was destroyed, ...
Boat was still delayed so we did not arrive in Würzburg till about 12 so we were given a packed lunch away with us. Würzburg palace was amazing. The frescos and stucco work and the mirrored cabinet (an actual room) were awe inspiring. Walked through ...