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... door to have a look the rain we had been expecting arrived. Probably just a passing shower so we will head out soon for happy hour. Two more cycling days and I am becoming wistful already. These trips do seem go by awfully fast. On the positive side, Munich should be fun.
Day 22 Lansberg to Schongau
We saw the foothills of the Alps yesterday for the first time. We ...
... 40km. Tomorrow we follow the Tauber to Rothenburg where Werner was born. It is about 75 km over mostly flat terrain except for the last ten when we get more rolling hills.
Today was all about the sheims. Tauberbischofsheim (overnight stop), Igersheim, Markelsheim, Weikersheim et al. All beautiful little medieval villages we passed through on our way to Rothenburg, one of the oldest walled cities in Germany and birthplace of ...
... had dinner tonight in the main square of the town. Live music great food and beer. Two more days to Dresden and then a train over to Wurstburg and onto the Romantic Road .
We have had some pretty heavy fog the last few days and the forecast has been for rain but so far our luck has held. I have not been taking many pictures because of the dull weather. On the plus side, there has been no wind.
... with a sense of the sacred. There was a 3 dimensional Greek stone cross that Hun above an altar, made of marble, the base still rough, with the top beautifully polished. The lighting was provided by chrome standing lamps along the walks, and the light bounced off the walls to light the room, giving it a soft yellow glow. It was a very peaceful place, just right for a thoughtful contemplative style of worship.... Because of the weather, we did the hop on hop off ...
... years old are so pretty to look at... but they are not the best to ride over on bikes, hahaha.
We stopped on our way to Meißen and had lunch. We went down these stairs and sat on a bench closer to the Elbe. There was a man feeding birds there, and, after a while, he started talking to us (well, more to Toralf, but I was glad to listen and understand what I could). It was a nice stop.
As the day went on, I used more and more German, and it was pretty cool. ...