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On the road again - this time to Rothenburg on the "Romantic Road". But before I get onto this, I want to provide some info on my experience driving on the Autobahn.
This highway system has a pace and rhythm of its own. The drivers all seem to know the rules and how the traffic flows.
First off - Trucks in the Right Lane - and stay there. They occasionally move out of that lane to pass another truck, but for the ...
... town was rich in agriculture which made it an economic factor in the region. However, the Thirty Years' War took its toll. The town was hurt by armies who passed by, the plague, and they were captured several times by the military. The reason this town remains a medieval walled city was due to the fact they were too poor to modernize. Today it is a tourist attraction for their ...
... and enjoyed food, drinks, and conversation.
Yesterday was certainly a full day as we left somewhat early to drive back to Jonas' village where he grew up. Along the way, he and Laura made sure to stop in Nuremberg, Bamberg, and Kronach so we could experience some Bavarian towns. These cities had cobblestone streets, outdoor cafés, old churches, old buildings, and castles - a real European feel. As we were walking, we saw ...
... before we were all in our seats, but we made it!
We traveled back home to Darmstadt where we stayed about 2 hours. Then we drove 2 1/2 hours to Rothenburg Ob Der Tauber. We checked into the hotel, ate dinner and then went on a Night Watchman Tour where we were introduced to the the history of the town in a fun and entertaining hour.
Like in a bike tour race, ever time it moves from one place to another, they call this a "stage".
So why not copy this procedure, sure I am not racing, but I move as well in stages, actually if everything goes to plan, in many more ,then the Tour de France .
In this case, today was Nr. 6, I moved from Nurnberg to Bayreuth , a 90 km ride, very much up and down, and again very hot temperatures. By the way, so far ...