Hotel Goldener Anker
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I totally forgot to mention two really neat parts of our day yesterday. So, here they are with some neat pics too!
First, during our walk along the city wall we found an exit with a long (and steep) path to the river valley below. From our B&B room we can see the cute village houses down there, so we figured we might as well check it out. For some reason we just keep choosing to walk up and down sleep hills and stairs! Maybe that's why we've been so sore the whole ...
... a mile and a half and took us about an hour giving us beautiful views from different angles on the way. After poking around a few more shops we popped into another recommended café for lunch. Thankfully nobody shook their head no when we walked in which is good because I was tired of getting refused service at restaurants! Jonathan held the table while I made the order at the counter. You think we would've learned by now that when I'm put in charge of ordering the food ...
... top. We made it!
The view from the top was so worth it, Tess & I didn't stay up there long as it was too windy & chilly for Lily:)
The only way down was the same way. Deep breath and off we went. Stopping at landings to let others pass who were heading upwards.
We waited for the others in the large hall at the halfway point. It was such a good feeling to get back there!
We walked around the town and the markets. Ate Bratwurst rolls AGAIN for ...
the 4:30am start was made bearable by the coffee and croissants as we boarded the Eurostar. Three trains later, (including two ICE's travelling a @ 240 kph much to Alex's delight) and 12 hours later we arrived in Nuremberg and met phil and Volker and picked up the cars to drive to Bayreuth. Dinner at our hotel was noisy as the ...
... bored while he was working, so she and the children would travel around whatever area they were in. She was delighted with Karen's story of boating from Key West to Sioux City. We had a German sausage and sauerkraut early supper, followed by an amazing dessert called flammende herz--it looked like 2 spritz cookies on steroids, seriously, with a jam filling and one edge dipped in dark chocolate. (I am happy to say that some of my favorite souvenirs ...