"Lauf an der Pegnitz", a city hidden in the far-stretching shadows of Nuremberg (its older, more worldly sibling) is a village in Middle Franconia with about 30,000 residents. Literally translated as "Walk on the Pegnitz", it's hard to say what it's founders were thinking more than 600 years ago.
Once feeling had returned to our toes and fingers we headed back out into the cold, wandering through more cobblestone streets before reaching the city's picturesque river. It was there that ducks convened by the dozens, anxious to wish us off as we neared our starting point. Naturally, the boys returned the farewell as only boys do, chasing them into flight and giggling at their victory.
I hoped you enjoyed our stroll through Lauf an der Pegnitz as much as we did. Perhaps your tour was even more pleasant, without jack frost nipping at your fingertips. ;) Lauf is a lovely city, and I'm happy to be able to share it with you.