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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 ...
... I'm not quite sure how we keep getting hooked up with the best room in the house, but I'm going to pretend it's my good planning!
As we stepped out of the hotel and decided to start our wandering we noticed a Chinese restaurant next door. Why not keep the international eating theme going? Lunch was delicious and I had fried noodles with chicken and Jonathan had chicken chop suey. We each also order an eggroll, and they came out looking more like burritos. ...
... beautiful. We stopped at Creglingen for lunch. We spent the day driving through gorgeous town after gorgeous town.
We arrived at Rothenburg late afternoon, found some accomodation in a hotel which was nice & headed into the Old Town.
Rothenberg was beautiful in a Disneyland kind of way. (Not meant as a criticism as you know how we love Disney). We just felt it had a more staged, touristy feel to it. Probably not helped by the obvious bus loads of ...
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 ...
... homes and businesses. In the distance is the town hall and St. Jacob's Church. Parts of the wall and city were damaged in WWII but citizens of the world sent money to enable reconstruction. There are names and cities incorporated into the wall now. We found our market, and also met Daisy's German cousin. Have we mentioned the geraniums? They are everywhere, window boxes and planters, as they were in Haarlem and Lorch. They are so healthy and ...