BEST WESTERN PREMIER Parkhotel Bad Mergentheim
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... generally due to the fact that they built on sticks first & then filled in the bottom. The cellars are amazing they keep to a static temperature of 8 to 10° all year round, great for drinks & food storage
Car number plates are designed so you know where they live, 3 letters = small town, 2 letters = in town, 1 letter = city, D = ...
Off by bus to Rothenburg through the countryside, our guide Linda pointed out that this area is the 2nd sunniest in Germany but that the last decent rain was in May & it is now been the hottest since 1975. There are 16 federal states in Germany, this state grows sugar beet, to produce sugar, mainly for cocacola. The average farm size is 100ha but you very seldom see houses on the farm this is due to the fact that in ...
... 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 ...
Distance: 62km Steepest hill: 16% Gear failure: None! Body failure: None! Woot! Numb toes and a sore butt... For our first day of riding we started following the Romantic Road from Wurzburg to Bad Mergentheim. And if the name is anything to go off, this road is pretty lovely! The start was pretty crazy, trying to follow a map where the streets have no name (sorry U2), and trying to get out of the city. As with all loaded cycle tour trips, the first 15 mins were getting used ...