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Wake up call at 6. Bags out 6.30. On bus 7.30.....this will be our morning pattern for the next 17 days. No use complaining, it's just the way it is and at least we get to our hotel by 4.30 and we can have a break then. Easy day today, a one hour drive to Heidelberg where we had a stop for an hour or so, Kevin had black forest cake which was delish …
... heart shapes, knights in armour, a boy with a snowman, a Christmas tree, etc. After mixing our dough, rolling it out and stamping out our designs, our creations were taken away, as they have to sit for several days before they can be baked. We were given ones that had been made by other people in order to paint them with food colouring. We only had 4 colours which was limiting, though I was able to make brown by mixing several together. After we finished, ...
... br> After an early lunch, we got on one of the tour buses for Rothenburg, a medieval town on the Tauber River. Apart from cars on the streets and one Greek restaurant, the entire town looks like it must have in the 15th century - though probably quite a bit cleaner! We arrived in Rothenburg about 1:30 p.m., and walked through one of the gates in the town walls. The roads are narrow, and we had to watch for cars coming along the roads which our group tended ...
... size of our land at home) displaying the original fresco of the 4 continents of the then known world. Every time I moved there was a different perspective. Puts the 3 D movies to shame considering it was done about 200years ago and on such a large canvas on scaffolding. Just amazing!!!!! Then into the rooms well talk about ornate. The mirror room was fully restored after WWII as it was destroyed in the bombing. Another jaw dropping experience. Took a walk ...
... with me! Once we parted from the tour guide, we needed to do some personal shopping--hit the apothecary for some toothpaste (as Allen would tell you I go through lots of toothpaste and underestimated how much I would need this trip) and a German grocery store (yes, Jill was still looking for snacks, crackers to go with her peanut butter she brought from home). Amazing that 90 percent of the city was destroyed in 1945 within 17 minutes ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed