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TravelPod Member ReviewsGastehaus Steidle Bamberg
Very nice family run hotel. Very accommodating and their breakfast was great. Our room was perfect.
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We wake early in the morning, like 6. I slept ok this night and I'm ready to get going. Mom starts her packing routine, trying to put a 10 lb. pig in a 5 lb. sack. The bags are bulging with the same stuff we had yesterday. A real phenomenon. We have a nice breakfast that Karen makes while I work on the blog about Dresden. We do have what you might …
Had a discussion not board about the European Union & it's history, challenges & chances, the legend started when a man loved a lovely lady "Europa" he changed himself into a friendly bull & finally managed to convince her to ride away with him...you can often see this symbol.
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Then it was off to bed to prepare for another full day of ...
... The city is known for its lack of bombing damage though the war, so leaving one of the most original towns in Germany.
The tour concluded around 10.30 leaving us a couple of hours to wander the town. The town is known for its unusual 'smoked' beer (think heavy dark beer that tastes like it's had pea and ham soup marinating in it, not great). Of course ...
And so we had arrived at our last day and obviously, being us, we were keen to leave no stone unturned in terms of seeing local sights.
We reported for duty at "The Benedict's" and were given GPS coordinates for our first objective. We loaded Hildrun in the car, who provided a audible guided tour of all things relevant to our the terrain across which we travelled, and set off. We arrived in the Pottenstein region and went for a walk with the intention to ...