Garni Hotel Unter den Linden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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In the morning, long travel south and cross the River Elbe en route to Bayreuth, home of the exclusive Wagner Festival. We will continue our journey to Würzburg to see the Marienburg Fortress and the Prince-Bishops' residence before our arrival in Rothenburg. We also have a dinner in the hotel tonight. We had an early start as to get to our next over night destination we would have to travel nearly 580kms and that would be ...
... satisfaction. The following day we set off towards our next intended destination of Rothenburg with a plan to ride along the Rhine River between Koblenz and Bingen. We were assurred by the Lanes that this was a worthwhile detour away from the autobahns and we were not dissapointed. The road hugs the river and there are countless lovely little towns and places to stop along the way as well as seemingly a castle of ...
... I was using a diesel pump!). So when the attendant came out to help, she discovered that the nozzle had been damaged, which is why it wouldn't fit. Moved over to another pump and problem solved.
Got to Rothenburg about 5:00 and found our hotel in the historic district. Really a neat place.
Tommorow we head to Koblenz for 2 nights along the Rhine. More then.
Today is walking day, so we plan a route with a little help from my 'Triposo' App. This is free and the best App I have found for Worldwide Travel. It even works well offline. Our first planned stop is at the 'Jan Becher Museum' who invented the national alcoholic sprit called ...
The whole walled town of Rothenburg is a museum. The wall connects five medieval gates complete with guard towers that date from the thirteenth to sixteenth centuries. Just walk along Rothenburg's narrow cobblestone streets and admire the gothic, renaissance, and baroque houses and fountains. You may wish that you had lived in these prettier, quieter, slow times. A visit to the ...