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... Over here in Germany we have been seeing signs for 'spaghetti ice cream' and every time we see the sign we screw our faces up... Wow not anymore, Oh my Lordy it is so delicious. The iced is very hard, pushed through a pasta machine, clumped into a bowl (it even looks like spaghetti) then topped with raspberry or strawberry sauce with finely grated white chocolate on top. Have a look and see what you think? Spaghetti ice cream ...
... he was filming in the exact spot where we were now standing. Mark knew Rick was in Germany, just not where. Darn it! We would have thanked him for making Europe so accessible for so many people. The man also told us that Rick had been in Bacharach the week before, so we must have just missed him there, too.
We gathered our lunch supplies. It was getting really hot and sticky, and lots of bees. The area around the town is a managed farm, ...
... nestled beside the large and fast flowing Rhine River. It suffered over 240 bombing raids during the second World War and the allies used the magnificent towers of the Cologne cathedral as a point of reference when conducting the raids. Thankfully the cathedral itself was not severely damaged and today it is a sight to behold. We accidentally purchased tickets to climb to near the top of one the spires however ...
When we left Munich, our plan was to travel the Romantic Road of Germany. This road starts in Fussen, just across the border from Austria, and wanders north to Wurzburg, a total of about 306 km. We stayed in Fussen last night, then got up and hit the Romantic Road today planning to make Rothenburg ob der Tauber.
Our first planned stop was to see the Hohenschwangau ...
... Not as little as we were expecting. There was a lovely feel about the place. Quite Brugges-esque but with a smaller, more chilled, more intimate feel. So we wandered the cobbled streets in the sunshine and stopped for a coffee before heading on to the next stop. You could definitely spend a good few days here. Loads of shops, bars and restaurants to delight the senses and bleed the ...