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Stop 3: On our way to RodT. Stopped quickly in the nicely named Dinkelsbuehl which was lovely. Rothenburg definitely lived up to its recommendation of being the place not to miss on the romantic road. This place is straight out of a German Christmas card. It was a bit of a stress finding the B&B as there were some streets that cars weren't allowed down - eventually we ...
... We love meeting sweet people like them. We were sad to see them go as they changed trains in Munich. We exchanged emails before they left the train then we chatted about how much we enjoyed their company.
We changed at Augsburg onto a train that has those cool private cabins with benches of seats that face each other. We hadn’t seen them yet in any country. We ate our lunch on the train. Kyle played guitar, then napped and ...
... We took the late afternoon to do some laundry then went to dinner at a very nice restaurant here in town. We sat at a table with a couple from Washington, USA. It was very nice chatting with them about what they have done on vacation and we shared some stories too. They gave us some helpful tips for when we travel to Munich. The restaurant was very quaint ...
... of Rothenburg, Germany. We are so glad he was so nice to do this for us, words can't express how thankful we are! Mary was a little nervous going so fast on the Autobahn and Abbe just slept in the backseat. When we all got to Rothenburg we were very excited to see how cool the town is. It is a medival town with cobblestone streets. We walked around for a bit and found the wall surrounding the town ...
... we spent a bit
of time exploring the old town and surrounding foresty parks. The old town was lovely, very small and cobbled and cute. We
went back to the castle as we'd been told the view from Mary's Bridge
was scaffold free. We also found out on a sunny day at lunch time there are 4
million castle visitors and only one bus every 20 minutes.
The walk up
would've taken us at least an hour so we suffered in the tourist trap
bus line. Finally at ...