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... Had a typically German meal with beer of course.
Spent the next morning slowly meandering through the old town and stopping for schneeballe (sweet pastry balls) and bratwurst rolls. I got totally carried away taking photos!
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... painted houses - the boys kept singing the Welcome to Duloc song off Shrek as that's what the town looks like. We had a look round the shops and of course had to buy some Christmas decorations from the original german Christmas Shop. Again had lots of tasty german food, walked in the park and along the city walls. Final stop Belgium ...
... made it look like my car was parked on the road. They HAD to be doing 160-160kmph.
As a result, you had to pay real close attention when you pull out to pass in case you get a speed demon in your trunk.
Now, Rothenburg - it is a town of storybook scenes. The streets, the houses, the hotels, the gardens - everything. There is not much to report in the way of activities - it was more photo opportunities
... town was rich in agriculture which made it an economic factor in the region. However, the Thirty Years' War took its toll. The town was hurt by armies who passed by, the plague, and they were captured several times by the military. The reason this town remains a medieval walled city was due to the fact they were too poor to modernize. Today it is a tourist attraction for their ...
... before we were all in our seats, but we made it!
We traveled back home to Darmstadt where we stayed about 2 hours. Then we drove 2 1/2 hours to Rothenburg Ob Der Tauber. We checked into the hotel, ate dinner and then went on a Night Watchman Tour where we were introduced to the the history of the town in a fun and entertaining hour.