Hotel am Ring
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... umpteen underground car parks, so we abandoned a walkabout and headed for our campsite. Second traffic jam of the holiday, compounded by the dreaded word "umleitung" somewhat spoiled the afternoon. Diversion, again, and again. What a job we had finding an open route to the campsite. However it was worth the minor frustration. Another good site, €16, with the promise of a hotspot for 50c per hour. We'll see... Mileage: ...
... early, no doubt priceless, cars were worth seeing. Pity they had to encapsulate them in glass. There's also a rotating display of, maybe, 15 cars. It's novel rotating in a vertical plane over the three floors. Back to Wanda, the plan was to follow a river on a "romantic" tourist route. Mr GPS had different ideas, so we missed the first half of the river route. Then, having reunited ourselves with the river, we were faced with a series of road-closures, and ...
... because the church tower started to sway a little when the church bell rang. I counted the steps on the way down and there were 342!
We got back in our cars and drove to Hotel Braustuberl and Brewery for dinner. This is a very nice restaurant and coincidentally the last time and this time a wedding is going on when we arrive. This last time they were just taking pictures, but this time ...
... had been going on this whole time. Apparently when we thought he was asking what language we spoke and we had said yes to English, he was actually asking who could translate from German to English for him. The reason he wanted us to do this was to explain to the Japanese woman that she had to drink the wine before he had finished talking about the area we were in and that she was chosen because she had come the furthest distance. We didn’t like to mention that it was ...
... streets were cold and heavy with mist, a fitting setting for such a tour. The guide explained the history of Dinkelbuhls old town walking from one 'gasthaus' ( restaurant/pub) reciting a traditional poem at each entrance .Traditionally this tells the guests it's time for lights out ,be safe and to sleep-restfully.In return the publican would offer The Nightwatchman a glass of wine /beer which he then shared with ...