Y'all know by now that my Birthday Season starts on September 15th every year, but several days before, we set out on our 30th Anniversary European Extravaganza. This post will be first in a series...of not too many, I promise.
We landed in Frankfurt in the morning. Since our hotel room wouldn't yet be ready, we jumped in our rental and headed to Wurzberg, the home place of the Dallas Mavericks' beloved player, Dirk Nowitzki. Apparently, he had founded a youth basketball program here.
A scene from the town:
We ate lunch there - and it was quite good. I was looking forward to eating German food and I wasn't disappointed at all.
The next day, we set out for Munich, but made a quick stop in Pfaffenhofen. Maybe, some of the knitters will recognize that it is the home of Wollmeise:
Here's a pretty building in the town square:
That evening in Munich, we took the train to a shopping/eatery district. I love this old cathedral:
Sadly, Oktoberfest didn't start for another week, but our restaurant had their beer offering available and we had some with our "appetizer":
The next day, we got up and headed to Switzerland. The drive was beautiful.
We had lunch in Innsbruck, Austria - with a view of the Olympic ski jump.
We drove through through Liechtenstein: