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... our 6 hour and 5 minute train trip to Rothenburg, the most wonderful town in all of Bavaria. Lindsay Ison, my physical therapist, had given me the wonderful details of this quaint medieval city in Germany that is frozen in time. She described her experience there as one of the most delightful places she’d visited on her trip to Germany a year or so ago. Lindsay couldn’t wait for us to get to Rothenburg. We were anxious to get there, so ...
... boat but visited the Bishop's Palace followed by a walking tour to complete our day. We are sailing to Wertheim now and tonight we had a glass blowing demonstration on board - quite amazing.
Tonight it only took two hours to upload the photos and I am turning in. Yesterdays pics are great but I will wait for another opportunity to share Bamberg with you!!
Good night from the Main River. Schlaffen sie gut!!
... we learned today. Rothenburg was actually a quite large and important town in its day, having 6,000 residents during medieval times, which was very large during that period in Germany. After defeat by Catholic forces during the Thirty Years War, Rothenburg declined and may have been abandoned. Being rediscovered in the 18th century, it eventually became a tourist ...
... are all so cute and so different from what we see at home. We also visited one of the churches and the KriminalMuseum.
We headed towards Stuttgart and there was a lot of slow moving traffic as we got closer to the town. We found some parking for the night opposite the Mercedes Museum.
... interesting than I thought it would be. I particularly enjoyed the historical facts they displayed along with the audio. We spent about 2 hours in there working our way downwards through the decades. Alain and Andrew could have spent even longer and taken a few hundred more photos but we had to get home. Again the German traffic slowed us down......long bank ups of traffic that disappeared as quickly as they happened. We got off ...