BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Steinsgarten
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... not entirely straight away but we saw parts of Praha we would've missed if we'd went straight there haha. Settled into the hotel and then headed off into town after buying travel tickets from the very helpful young man on the reception desk. The trip on the underground was about 15 minutes into the centre of town. Town was certainly buzzing. Had a beaut meal in the square where there was entertainment happening. The meal was lovely. We ...
We decided to have a meal in Weilburg but it took forever to find. All the signposts pointed to Weilburg in two or three directions so we drove round in circles for a while and came across this enhancing town just before we were about to give up. Slept the night in the comfort of the car behind a petrol ...
... recommended 8-hours somewhat. However we are currently sitting in a very pleasant service station in Germany with some slightly confused-looking staff wondering where 80+ people in one go suddenly arrived from at seven in the morning! It looks like we are headed for an early arrival so will try and have a relaxing first day when we get to the Penta hotel...obviously including an extended rehearsal! Tschus for ...
... paintings and ornate confession boxes. The ceiling rises above with huge domes that have murals painted around them and carved columns. The front of the church is ornate with Black stone pillars, gold plated statues and rises floor to ceiling. Turning around you can see the massive pipe organ, also in black and gold. We then hit the autobahn to get back to Frankfurt to return our car to Rads Uncle before being picked up by a friend (Ralph) who drove us to Speyer to stay ...
... churches, cobblestone streets that must be deadly with high heels and lots of little cafes. We stop for a coffee and drool over the ice cream menu but just stick to the drinks for now. Then on down to the river where we catch a tour boat to traverse some of the river for and hour, travelling down to the harbour area, a lock and local rowing club sheds before returning back up the river to the terminus. Then back through the old town to ...