Holiday Inn Express Luzern
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express Luzern Rothenburg
yes I recommend to all people travelling to north.
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Here we are in the walled town of Rothenburg. To get here we had to drive thru Munich. We did not actually see much of the city as we went thru one tunnel to the next - which made the trip traffic free. Rothenburg is great. A medieval town like Bruges, ...
... and yelled it the 5 ft to the bar, and then had to yell it again as the bar girl hadn't heard the first time, 3. We then had to wait 10 minutes for him to deliver them - could see them waiting on the bar. 4. I asked for the bill - he took ages to get it to us 5. Other customers had arrived by then and he was fairly rude to them. Any way when he gave me the bill it was for just over $38 and he pointed to the no gratuity included line and also said it. Now ...
... a separate charge and only had good reception in the lobby. We have become fairly dependent on having internet for our travels, so that was a pain. With only 24 hours in Rothenburg, we left the hotel quickly to tour the town. It was quite hot, that led us to visit a museum first instead of walking the city. The Crime and Punishment Museum was interesting and not as gruesome as I feared. It displayed the various medieval forms of torture and execution, but ...
... the weather turned a bit, and that evening me and a few Aussies I met at the hostel went to a gypsy cave suggested by one of the girls that worked at the El Granado for some authentic Flamenco. This was hands down, one of the most mind blowing experiences of my life. It was the four of us, with maybe another 15 people (all Spaniards and mostly locals, so you know its a good place to be) in very close proximity to the male guitar player, singer, and female dancer. The ...