Hotel Goldene Rose
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... streets were cold and heavy with mist, a fitting setting for such a tour. The guide explained the history of Dinkelbuhls old town walking from one 'gasthaus' ( restaurant/pub) reciting a traditional poem at each entrance .Traditionally this tells the guests it's time for lights out ,be safe and to sleep-restfully.In return the publican would offer The Nightwatchman a glass of wine /beer which he then shared with ...
... Either this GPS is of better quality or the operator finally figured out how to use it correctly. Either way, we got to where we needed to be. Fun Fact: You have to pay to use the restroom at the rest areas on the highways! Back to Nordlingen...one thing I did not realize was that it is a town built entirely inside where a meteor landed. Here is some interesting information:
The town of Nordlingen in the Donau-Ries district of ...
As we were walking across the bridge, an old gentleman on his bike stopped and offered to take our photo. He then insisted on giving us a brochure of Harburg, even though it was all in German, and we obviously didn't speak German. Think he might have been involved with the tourist information office!
Intruiging statue.....monument.......couldn't find anything on ...
... seemed to be involved in, or in the middle of something. Emperor Maximilian, the last Teutonic Knight, celebrated the birth of his grandson here with a magmificent town feast.
Paul spotted the statue of "The Young Danube" which he'd missed when driving onto town. Not sure of the significance of the name in relation to the nude, but my focus was the fragrent roses.
Through the town of Rain. Just had to have my photo taken with the town sign - feels like its our namesake!
Approaching Donauworth, the car in front of us stopped to let a chicken cross the road. I kid you not. And it wasn't the least bit fazed.
Donauworth is at the confluence of the Danube and the ...