NOTE: This is my first writeup intended to primarily showcase photos rather than a description and story that would have to stand alone without pictures.
In Mid March, I took a day trip to the Swabian town of Schwäbish Hall - mostly because I had heard about the scenic fachwerk houses, and exceptionally narrow streets. I found the river running through town to be high, and almost out of it's banks.

The church in town dominates it's square, with a very impressive set of steps leading up to it.


The gilded Altar

The shot I came to town to find: Two houses that are so close the people on the top floors can shake hands from their respective windows.

An impressive display of Fachwerk

I did say the water was rather high...