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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Heissinger Bad Berneck im Fichtelgebirge
The lady who ran this place was very helpful and accommodating when we landed on her doorstep without a booking. The hotel was in a great location , on the side of the stream that ran through town. She also pointed out the best restaurant that we had come across so far.
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... the lobby staff or any of the guests for that matter. The room was anything but romantic and looked like it was decorated by my great grandmother and even smelled of mothballs just like her house did!
After getting settled in we headed for the market and had a cup of tea while a street violinist played "Con Te Partiro." If you know my sense of humor and have seen the movie Step Brothers, it's the song at the end where at certain points in ...
I totally forgot to mention two really neat parts of our day yesterday. So, here they are with some neat pics too!
First, during our walk along the city wall we found an exit with a long (and steep) path to the river valley below. From our B&B room we can see the cute village houses down there, so we figured we might as well check it out. For some reason we just keep choosing to walk up and down sleep hills and stairs! Maybe that's why we've been so sore the whole ...
... might need a reservation. Sausages at the market it is! We found a trusty looking stall and a sweet woman waved us over and helped us pick a tasty sausage. Some of the best yet! After we ate it we looked at a chart and determined we probably just ate wild boar sausage. Cool? Whatever, it was delicious. Plus she didn't shake her head no AND they actually fed us. That's all we really wanted!
At 8 PM when the market closed we joined an extremely highly rated tour ...
This morning we woke up to the smell of rural Germany and realised that the building opposite our guesthouse was in fact a barn.
We had over slept, so quickly got ready and went downstairs to enjoy a delicious Bavarian breakfast. Our hostess was lovely. We left with full bellies for a post breakfast walk around the town.
It was a cool morning but so refreshing to be out exploring. The kids enjoyed seeing the farm animals, especially some very cute calves.
the 4:30am start was made bearable by the coffee and croissants as we boarded the Eurostar. Three trains later, (including two ICE's travelling a @ 240 kph much to Alex's delight) and 12 hours later we arrived in Nuremberg and met phil and Volker and picked up the cars to drive to Bayreuth. Dinner at our hotel was noisy as the ...