Hotel Gasthof Gross
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... a group picture of us.
For dinner Monica prepared a large white raddish ( 1 foot long ), sliced meats, cheeses, and breads. After dinner we sat around a firepit Richard had custom made for Monica. Some neighbors joined us and we talked for about an hour before heading to bed. It had been a long day and tomorrow we will visit Nordlingen. It is in the center of a meteorite crash and is completely surrounded by a wall that you can walk on.
... for the family, however the architecture pulls from that of the great churches in Jerusalem. The interior is very peaceful and personal, pictures of the current family line the crypt. The Adornes estate still exists in full on the outer edges of Bruges. We wandered it for a little, examined some Belgian lace, etc. Afterwards we headed to the center of town, to the Grand Place, which is beautiful. It's quite large, definitely larger than the main ...
... s festivities, people cued to get into any and all restaurants and bars. How strange, I thought, that these people would rather be here than at the marveled Oktoberfest just a short walk away. Later that night, however, I would understand (more than likely it was because they were bone sober and couldn't handle it).
Anyway, we longed to find any light on in a shop, any open door ushering us in to try our luck in finding the perfect outfit. Of ...
... the few finished rooms of King Ludwig's castle. King Ludwig died before the castle could be finished. This is the castle that gave Walt Disney the inspiration for his Sleeping Beauty Castle.
After the tour we drove to a farm where we had some fresh cheese and coldcuts and of course a beer. We all agreed to head back to Munich after this break rather than stop at another church. A wise decision. ...
... of my dreams", and tried unsuccessfully to buy it.
The village itself is quaint with many footpaths and a historic stone bridge. The Castle is family owned and relies on tourism and public visits to support itself.
We spent an hour there being escorted around and were told about the life of the villagers in that age –it wasn’t good. They were punished for petty offenses and the punishments were the same for woman and men. Cruelty ...