Gasthof Zum Brandenburger

St. Georgen 9, Bayreuth, Bavaria, 95448, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bayreuth

Romantic Rothenburg - Pitty about the company

A travel blog entry by rubymwhittaker

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... ladies strewing flowers, blood-thirsty Croats, colorful gleemen and heavily-laden horse-drawn carts carrying provisions of all sorts. The parade went for nearly an hour Mum reckons. Walking around the place, you can see that the Germans really know how to drink! The sizes of their beers are ginormous! I wouldn’t let mum have one though cause she’s silly enough already. A lot of meat, a lot of beer, we ...

I'll be back to Rothenburg

A travel blog entry by cleanslate

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Thursday May 29, 2014

Hello My Dear Friends,

I had a wonderful day here in Rothenburg ob der Tauber (on
the Tauber – it’s the river that runs beside the town). Rothenburg was at the crossroads of the
medieval trade routes, and was a prosperous place in the middle ages. A variety of factors and forces changed that(the Thirty Years War, for one), and Rothenburg’s fortunes shifted. ...

Charmed by Rothenburgers

A travel blog entry by cleanslate

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... spoiled.

I took Gunner and Edith’s recommendation for dinner, Gasthof zum Ochfen, ten minutes’ walk from the B&B. It was a wonderful place, with long tables where everyone sits together. They were having an asparagus festival, too, so I had the asparagus with steak, potatoes and hollandaise
sauce. It was so, so good. And I just loved the atmosphere, immersed in the local culture.

By ...

Regal Rothenburg

A travel blog entry by boysplus

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... nice feature that Viking allows you to bring aboard and consume local adult beverages.

We finished the day by going on a tour of the Residenz of the Bishop Prince of the region. We were not allowed to take photographs inside so I can’t show it to you. I also find it difficult to describe to opulence and artwork that was found inside. Each room was richer and more unbelievably beautiful than the ...

Old walled city

A travel blog entry by allanandjulie

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Leaving Asselheim we spent some time in Worms (pronounced 'Vorms'). This was where Martin Luther had to give a confession of his faith before the Emporer.

Luther, who through the church's excommunication was practically declared a heretic, was invited to Worms by the Emperor who had been pressured by a few princes. Both the church and Emperor wanted Luther to recant his teachings while he was ...

     

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