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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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... two rolling carryon bags that Chad and Laura Beth had loaned us, each of us had a backpack; and of course, I have my trusty "cross body bag" with locking zipper pockets, that protects our passports and Eurail passes. I’m sure we looked like gypsies! It’s hard to pack enough clothes, medicines, personal care products, and other needed items for a whole week in less luggage than we had. We are carrying extra clothes with us that we would ...
... much in awe as MJ and I were (even though we have been before). There is something magical about Rothenburg. Even found the puppet show theatre where we attended with our gang so many years ago (the puckfest weekend - who could forget).
Another Bavarian lunch with wine or beer and soup, bratwurst with sauerkraut and strudel for dessert. It never really gets old.
We then bussed to Wurzburg to meet up ...
... Gasthof was as downtown as possible.
The mood was Christmas as it was chilly and the typical German overcast day. The decorations about town were Christmas colors. We entered many shops, especially devoted to Christmas. The ornaments were unfortunately outrageously expensive or likely made in China. Nonetheless, we enjoyed the town.
Now for a tad ...
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Rothenburg is one of the best known and most complete walled German towns. It's one of the few old towns that has had parking right next to the walls so it was easy to visit. The city was founded in 1170 and some of the buildings date from around that time. The little houses ...
We decided yesterday that seeing as the weather was very ordinary that we would drive one and a half hours to Stuttgart to visit the Mercedes Benz Museum. This was another of Andrew and Alain's dreams. With plenty of roadworks and wet weather our journey took 2 hours. We really wanted to do this on the way from Mulhouse to Rothenburg but poor planning had us doing this trip on a Monday and of course the museum isn't open on a ...