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... gardens and as Karl Heinz pointed out even the trees couldn't grow the way they wanted - trees shaped in perfect cones were impressive. Now even though Australia was missing from the stairwell fresco as we hadn't been established as the fifth continent at the time, the cellars were dedicated to Oz as it was "Down Under". We weren't upset as that is where all the wine in the area is now brewed and stored. Perfect match we thought.
Off to Rothenburg. A ...
... shapes that was glued together and ornate stucco painted gold to cover the joints. We toured the gardens but most of the flowers are gone at this point in the season, but did see some very interesting large trees shaped in triangles. We then took a short walking tour of the market area and was amazed how crowed the squares were but then remembered it was Saturday. Lots of open vegetable and flower markets--too bad I could not take ...
Honestly, finding a way to start this a challenge and a half. Out of Africa for nearly a week and already I've been hit by such an incredible change of scenery, lifestyle and new set of activites.
Boarding the train in London I looked out through the cold fog over the rooftops of small brick homes and had a hard time not feeling like Harry Potter. Then as I passed major stations and vast crowds I had the picture of Jason Bourne or James Bond ...
The days go fast from place to place as I take one train after the other. From France to Switzerland. From Switzerland to Germany. And now from Germany to Austria. Sometimes too fast...I think every time I see a place disapearing after a trail of rails. Two days of amaizingly good sunny warm weather, of superhealthy vegetarian food, of good rest and relax times. Unfortunately I still feel sick but I hope is getting better and will be gone after the 6 ...
At the ice cream shop we (bizarrely) ran into the same couple that had
been at the same restaurant as us the night before, 250km away! We went
to Hell with them for a drink which was nice. Hell is a very cool bar
and about the only thing open in Rothenburg after 8pm!
Wednesday was a lovely day.... we spent the whole day relaxing in
Rothenburg.... browsing the cute shops, walking the ramparts, taking
photos. The Christmas shop ...