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May 18, 2010


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Sarah V.

Your description of Frankenmuth reminds me of Fredericksburg, Texas: a popular weekend tourist destination with lots of German heritage.

Looks like a fun place!

Dominique King

Sarah-You posted about Fredericksburg, didn't you?
Frankenmuth is close enough for a day trip for us, so we get up there every year or so.


Sounds like a lot of fun!

And yes, the pied piper story is rather creepy. Then again, most of the fairy tales were originally very gruesome!

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