Hotel Reichs Kuchenmeister
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... 2013 600 boats & 2015 will have 1000 boats
- vineyards are planted vertically on the hills, allows light & airflow to move through
- reduction in nuclear power resulted in more soar panels & wind turbines
Back to the ship for lunch, which was now dock in Wurzburg, then decided not to go on the organised tour but just go for walk, found the residence palace for Wurzburg, 6 of the 40 churches, ...
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 ...
... can we say, we love Christmas.
Josie also wanted to visit a Teddy Bear store full of expensive Steiff stuffed animals. At the same time, Mark and Mac visited a medieval store full of swords and chainmail and all sorts of knives. Although Mac longs to purchase his own sword, we just don’t think it’s a good idea for an almost 15-year old.
Time for lunch. We wanted to picnic, just to have a lighter meal. We normally picnic ...