Hotel Rappen Rothenburg ob der Tauber
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No Fridge or Aircon is a problem only Australian's seem qualified to whinge about.
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... are now left with 10, they are currently buying power from France.
Rothenberg was built in the 12th century, it has 12000 citizens, 2500 within the walls, the guided walk took in the town hall & glockenspiel, decided to leave the tour & climb the town hall tower to a high of 60mtrs climbing a skinnier & skinnier set of stairs until a trap door at the top & tiny viewing balcony still it wasan ...
Another wonderful day with relatives. We are so very lucky to have such kind and giving family to look after us while we are in Europe. Mucki and Wolfgang drove us to Hohenloher Freiland Museum. A village set up with buildings from 1500s to early 1900s. They were sourced from around Germany, dismantled in large pieces and reconstructed in this museum village. Then off to pick up Erika and go to Evelyn's for coffee and cake. She made all of the cakes in her ...
... Roland and Dietmar's brother). Sonja came over for coffee too. Ron and I walked home to Mucki's. I noticed that Kim and Alex's names were on the house as residents. Mucki said that in case any post was sent to the house. Mucki had organised temporary residency for Kimberley as a Crailsheim citizen so that she could stay in Germany longer than 3 months and work in Germany. Alex has an Italian ...
A good nights sleep and off to Hotel Meiser in Neustaedtlein for a grand family breakfast. Erika, Mucki, Wolfgang, Evelyn, Thorsten, Leonie, Benedikt, Manuel, Steffi (pregnant due in November), Melissa, Angelika and us. Erika paid for all of us. We then drove to Klaus' fruit and vegetable garden in Oberweiler about 25km from Crailsheim. Klaus is Erika's partner. We had coffee ...
... burritos that we had in Heidelberg looked more like pita pocket sandwiches and our eggrolls that we had in Rothenburg looked more like burritos. Who cares, they were all delicious!
Next we continued wandering about town and were immediately hit with a Christmas explosion! Even though this is a truly medieval town with most of the buildings that we see having been in place sine 1400, their main industry now is tourism. About two thirds of the people living here ...