Kaiser Hotel Sonne
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Sunday 28th Sept Today Glenn renewed his role as Garry's wingman up front,we picked up a map and Glenn planned our route .Away from the main roads we passed through tiny villages and countryside dotted with pine trees ,streams and many apple orchards. We even picked fresh apples from a tree overhanging the road for morning tea ( pic) . Glenn spied a lunch stop at Mannhardt ,Garry and I shared a curried ...
We woke up this morning to the first substantial rain that we've had since we got here. I like to think the skies were sad that we were leaving Filderstadt and were crying. It really was a lovely visit but all good things must come to an end. The Mauz family, wonderful hosts that they were, still had their lives to get back to.
After saying goodby to the Mauz's and picking up our rental car, we headed off to Nordlingen on our way to ...
... was flat, determined to return tomorrow.
The drive south to Donauswurth was as interesting as the drive north. Major road closures with a lack of signage, and poor TT didn't have a hope. Kept driving in the right general direction, till eventually reconnected with the signage. Well ordered countryside with the fields carefully tended. The trees are showing hints of yellow, with the occasional deep plum standing out.
... seemed to be involved in, or in the middle of something. Emperor Maximilian, the last Teutonic Knight, celebrated the birth of his grandson here with a magmificent town feast.
Paul spotted the statue of "The Young Danube" which he'd missed when driving onto town. Not sure of the significance of the name in relation to the nude, but my focus was the fragrent roses.
... bit. It was big and modern, but it also had a small town feel.
We stopped and bought a strudel, pretzel, ham and bread from a local bakery store. And we sat on a park bench right in front of the cathedral and watched people walk by. The city of Ulm is where Albert Einstein was born. It was filled with walking streets which made it enjoyable to enjoy the sights and sounds of this ...