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Brandi and I readied in the morning and went down to breakfast at 08:00 to find Michael waiting to see me. He only stayed about 5 minutes but wanted me to have his business card. After breakfast, Brandi and I walked around town on a picture-taking mission. I showed her the sights from the Night Watchman tour. We attempted to buy souvenirs but were ...
... town they were placed. It was also fun to learn how quarreling woman were put into wooden restraints. There were two large holes at the ends of a wooden plank and 4 smaller ones in the center that held their hands. They weren't released until the stopped fighting. Brandi was still unable to get up when I got back, so I did the Night Watchman tour by myself. It was the highlight of my day. The narrator painted a picture of what life was like back in the heyday of Rothenburg, ...
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... pattern and hand paint a pattern, so all of the artists know what each pattern will be and can keep a similar style to the completed pieces.
Lauren & Gregg wanted to buy a tea pot and cups/saucer set. They did the town over one day and couldn't find what they were looking for, but were not giving up that easily, so the next day I went with them for a look too!
5 hours in the ceramic shops looking for "that" teapot. It became a major exercise! They did come ...
... the offerings available. The gas station was long abandoned, none of the shops were open at 10:00am and we pulled up to a hotel/restaurant which showed possible signs of life. We parked and securely locked the car and walked up the steps into a small restaurant. We approached the unoccupied counter to order breakfast. Soon an apprehensive lady appeared. I asked if she spoke English, then French, then German and each time got a ...