Hotel Franziskaner

Address: Hoenninger Str. 1, Hausen b. Würzburg, Bavaria, 53547, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Hoenninger Str. 1, Hausen b. Würzburg.
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Travel Blogs from Hausen b. Würzburg

Main Canal/River

A travel blog entry by juds76rhine on Nov 04, 2015

8 photos

... water and then wood on top. Very pretty stone color. We had to quit about half way, we were both starving, no breakfast...and not feeling so great. So, we popped into a cafe and had some cafe au latte and a danish and just chilled. It was very modern and clean and nice. We walked around the town a little, never saw the glass blowing shops?? After lunch ...

Another slow day

A travel blog entry by juds76rhine on Nov 03, 2015

11 photos

... on board and Al had a cigar and I sat in the sun and watched the locks. We couldn't go to the sundeck because the bridges are so low. I took a few pictures of the Main Canal and the pretty little towns along the way. We walked into town after lunch and walked around a bit. Very beautiful town. The old bridge was a pedestrian path and bikes also, there were so many people out and ...


A travel blog entry by mjmbmurphy on Oct 27, 2015

2 comments, 28 photos

... flooding, rather than any architectural defect - a hazard of the town's susceptible location on the banks of the Main and Tauber Rivers.

We arrived in Wertheim shortly after breakfast and enjoyed an interesting walking tour of the small but rich city in history city centre area. We of course did manage to stop at one of the many German bakeries to sample a burlington bun (jelly-filled) while on the ...


A travel blog entry by barbarapenson on Oct 26, 2015

The sun has snuck out which is wonderful. Enjoying the passing autumnal scenery. Had a glass blowing demonstration from an entertaining salesman. Then a visit to a home of a local for sponge and strudel. Lovely people and great village. House heated hydronically in the ...


A travel blog entry by meeksy on Sep 10, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

We decided to do the medieval tour of Nuremberg. We started at the Imperial Castle and walked down through to the town square. Along the way we sampled Gingerbread (fun fact: Gingerbread does not contain ginger) which was delicious, we also sampled German sausage (does not contain German's) and another beer sampling (at 10am). Back to the ship for lunch, Gary off for a walk me a nap and blog ...