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... farmers built their houses next to each other as it was safer, therefore villages were created & now your not allowed to build wherever you want. Cattle are housed indoors, you could tell how well off a farmer was by the dung heaps outside the shed most farmers work off farm as well. Since the Japanese thsumani Germany is trying to eliminate all its nuclear power pants by 2022, 5 were closed straight away, 1 since ...
... baked cheesecake without a pastry base, sultana scrolls and Hefezopf. Thorsten was at work. Melissa was there and Steffi came a bit later. She went swimming. Home to Mucki's to get our luggage for the next week and then to Otto's for dinner. Hedwig and Jurgen were there for dinner too. Another great evening. All of our luggage will not fit in Wolfgang and Katrin's car so Wolfgang and Mucki will take the rest of our luggage to our hotel in Stuttgart. Amazing ...
... to return 3 tickets we bought to Mackenbeuren (lose 17.5 Euro per ticket for the 29 Euro tickets) and purchase the Bad Wurtemberg ticket to Ulm and Bayern ticket to Nurnberg for Wednesday. Mucki and Wolfgang drove us to Rosemarie and Roland Kohr for coffee and cake. We also drank Furst von Metternich C******nay Champagne. Roland had to leave to sort out a gravestone with Sonja for her late husband ...
... We started with pork fillets, red beans in beer and white beans in wine (made by Edgar), tomato bread and 4 types of salad (made by Carola), roast potato and sweet potato. Second course was a choice of steaks, chicken, shashliks with stuffed mushrooms then third course BBQ Pork Spare Ribs that were amazing (slow cooked in the BBQ) then strawberries then chocolate and lemon ...
... and beer garden courtyard. We then shopped the town and found a darling Christmas store, a nut cracker and a pillow cover. We ate great schnitzel and took the Watchman's town tour tonight. The pictures of the town can't do it justice. It has been here from the 1100's and was spared by the allies during the war. ...