Hotel Franziskaner

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

Wurzburg/Rothenburg/Kitzingen-Thursday 26th March

A travel blog entry by alan.g.metcalf on Mar 26, 2015

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... we sail to Kitzingen arriving at 6.30pm There is a wine tasting tour leaving the ship at 9pm. The wine tasting is in Germany's oldest wine cellar. The tour is due back at 10.30pm. Narelle and I have decided against going as the weather is cool and bed seems very attractive after a busy day. We sail for Bamberg at 10.30pm. It was great to hear that the Aussies won the cricket. Hope they can repeat on Sunday against the ...

Medieval times gone by-Mittenberg -25th March

A travel blog entry by alan.g.metcalf on Mar 25, 2015

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... times gone by. The city also has one of the oldest inns in Germany. Our guided tour through the town showcased the old buildings of the town. The earliest building we seen was dated 1333 and is still lived in today, To preserve their township they have built a by-pass road so that the cobblestone streets through this historical part of the town see very little traffic. Miltenberg is definitely a unique ...

Wurzburg and Rothenburg

A travel blog entry by redmonds on Dec 29, 2014

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... It is the home of of Germany's famous (and original) Kathe Wohlfahrt Christmas Store - open 365 days a year and that's where Ros headed while I spent time walking the streets taking photographs. It was snowing and about - 3 degrees.

It was good day out followed by a degustation dinner in the ships exclusive Eriebnis Restuarant that I enjoyed but Ros didn't as much.

Cruising to Miltenberg overnight and in the ...

Winter Solstice

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Dec 21, 2014

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... we walked back to eat a local style of pizza called a Rahmfleckerl (cream patch), which was like a thick based Flammkuchen. It didn't taste bad and we washed it down with some more Glühwein! Now it was time to visit the Residenz, but when we got there at 4pm, it had already closed for the day. That's a pity because it is supposed to be really pretty inside. I guess we will have to come back again sometime!

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Nuremberg - Bad Mergentheim

A travel blog entry by robxmas14 on Dec 19, 2014

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... The next town was Bad Mergentheim, small, rural and delightful. We stayed in a guest house. The people were so welcoming and hospitable. But their English was as good as our German.

We ate at the restaurant downstairs. We had an interesting ...