Hotel Komorni hurka
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> What most tourists probably don't do when they arrive in Rothenburg is climb the bell tower with 183 steps to the top. John and Jill saw that as an option and quickly decided they would do it. Although the stairs became more and more narrow as they ascended to the top, the view from the top was spectacular with the high shingled roofs and aerial view of the city. ...
... city was saved. To help rebuild the city, a world-wide campaign was started for donations to support rebuilding the city and the wall, and even today, donations of $1000 euro can be made to maintain one meter of wall annually. What a way to make history real for all of us!
The next morning, we headed back into town and took a tour of the Medieval Crime and Punishment, which should have been called the Torture Museum! ...
... this what some people call a holiday? But Emma's tranquil viewing is about to be shattered. At the very least it is time to wander down the hill for coffee and sight seeing. And so we have returned having bought a small carry on to shift some weight to and hopefully make the train travelling easier. This afternoon we have watched a quirky English film called "Sweet Revenge" fantastic cast. I will leave you to research it. Soon it will be venturing out again for dinner. Nuremberg ...
... for Euro. Stonewalling, stonewalling, stonewalling. Neira had actually explained a similar experience she had had when in Budapest on this trip. She had said it is extremely difficult for Eastern Europeans to acknowledge or accept responsibility for a mistake they have made. On that occasion the hotel had not provided a bed for the driver so after a long day's drive, parking then 3 kms away, walking back he was told that he would be sleeping at another hotel. Bag in hand ...
... 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 ...