Hotel Hartl's Lindenmuhle
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... valley and town. There is of course plenty of guard rails that prevent any chance of a fall. But, when your that high up with winds gusting to 50mph, with an established fear of heights, its a bit scary. You can see the fear in my eyes in the pictures that Jonathan took of me. 4-5 minutes up there was enough, and then down we went!
It's the morning of our last day here, and we're about to grab breakfast at our B&B. After a quick walk on the wall were headed to ...
... takes you through the history of Christmas trees, ornaments and Santa Claus. It was cute but I feel like we probably could've saved the eight euros and spent it on some gluwein later. The best part- shopping for Christmas ornaments in the store afterward. This Christmas store is absolutely unreal, and is why I named this post Christmas explosion! It felt like the store never ends with each room opening into another bigger room. Unfortunately they didn't allow ...
... to farmyard scents.
We packed up and piled back into our car.
Clint had told the car last night how little he thought of it and it's sticky, clunky gear shift.
It seemed to listen, as this morning it had loosened up & was playing nice.
'Thank goodness' - was the sentiment from the rest of us.
On the road again for hopefully a less eventful day. Headed for Rothenburg ob der tauber.
The scenery was amazing, the little towns so ...
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 ...
... are gardens in every little back yard and corner, as well...this is a beautiful place! We met our fellow tour members, and about 100 strangers, back in the town square for the Night Watchman's tour of the city. A delightful fellow, in period costume and with a lantern and halberd, humorously shared history about his city while showing us some of the sites. This was enhanced by a full moon rising behind streaky clouds, with towers ...