Hotel Restaurant Lohmuhle
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... The river was really neat to see, as were the houses. The view up from the valley floor was incredible as well. This was a quick little part of our day, but worth mentioning!
The other thing I forgot was the scariest part of our trip. That's only because I'm terrified of heights, Jonathan was fine. We climbed the tower of the town hall building to get the view at the top. I guess I didn't really know what we were getting ourselves into, but maybe the fact that only ...
... town. The man that gives the tour dresses as the night watchman and he's been doing it for the last 20 years. His humor is subtle, perfectly timed and hilarious as he describes the history of the town and the role of the night watchman. We were laughing out loud through the entire experience. It was about an hour of moving about town and stopping at different locations for stories about how Rothenburg barely survived as the pristine medieval city that we see today. At ...
... 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 ...
... caught up on their travel adventures so far. The next day we started with swim in the wonderful pool and then toured Bayreuth and its forest in car and on foot with our local guide ( Volker) taking us to his childhood playground and ski / toboggan slopes and past the old family homes. Dinner at the oldest brewery in the world with ...
... by her son and niece, who run the place now. She holds forth behind a desk on the lower level, where she regaled us with tracking every major river and many highways of the United States. It turns out she spent parts of 21 years following her husband, who worked on dams, around the U.S. She eventually bought a motor home that she would leave with friends when she returned to Germany and the shop that she got from her mother; she said she ...