Gasthaus Hotel Wauer
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we awoke to a great breakfast in the hotel, complete with eggs and bacon which we were not expecting. Shortly afterwards, we boarded the bus for Rothenburg. On the way there, we were debriefed on all of the optional excursions of which we decided to do most of them to enhance this once-in-a-lifetime experience.
After a few hours on the bus, we arrived ...
... 5pm we decided to do a bit of sightseeing. Syd suggested that wd go to the Festspielhaus first as it was "just past the bahnhof". In fact it took 30mins each way as part of the of the map we had used had elided part of the road. By the time we had got back to the Altstadt Val was feeling the heat and returned to our room whilst Syd went on to take some pictures in the Altstadt. When we check the weather later we found out that the temperature had maxed at 32 ...
... served ended his tour of duty in the 1920! Along our tour, we learned how Rothenburg thrived as the crossroad of the East-West and North routes of trade. During our stroll, we also "went to hell" (it’s a bar!) and learned about a young Assistant Secretary of Defense, John McCloy, who had a painting of Rothenburg in his home. After heavy bombing by the allies in late March 1945 when nearly 45% of the wall was destroyed, ...
... however the check-in process was effected regardless.
We had emailed a few days earlier asking about parking for the bikes but received no reply, however gesticulations indicated that we could leave the bikes outside the elevators chained to a ring embedded in the wall at head height. The luggage was unloaded into the elevator and moved piecewise to the room (it is amazing how many items we have when thay are unloaded from the ...
... the stern voice I have been known to use with truculent students, you will phone him. Emma had told me to keep language simple and direct. Eventually, after repeating all the information for the umpteenth time I said call the police, they will sort this for us, and I suppose it was spoken in the same level of don't mess with me, this is your responsibility deal with it and surprising she did. She exchanged our note for one without imperfections. Strangely the defect on the ...