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From Rothenberg ob der Tauber we continued along the romantic road and stayed in a huge house in Viereth Trunstadt, near Bamberg.
The village is sleepy and not very attractive but we were staying in a new development with massive houses. Interestingly there are paved paths between nearly every house in the new development so it’s very easy for pedestrians to move around without walking on the road. The paths all have signs saying that they are not cleared in the winter. This made us chuckle because we live 6 months of the year with ice covering the ground in Trondheim and most paths are never cleared or worse are covered with plowed snow but there certainly aren’t any signs informing pedestrians.
We enjoyed walking around the village, looking at the Main river, the church, playing in the playground and reading headstones in the cemetery.
My husband and son visited the ground floor of a house on the main street that has been converted into a large and charming hairdressing salon. With limited language and signs they received hair cuts that pleased them for a total of only 16€.
After a delicious lunch at our house we headed into the forest for some shinrin yoku.
Many thanks for the reader ‘Zyriacus’ who helped me to improve the post.