Hotel Zum Weinkrug

Address: Steingraben 5, Sommerhausen, Bavaria, 97286, Germany | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Steingraben 5, Sommerhausen, is near Market Square, Haus zum Falken, Schloss Sommerhausen, and Schonbornstrasse.
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Travel Blogs from Sommerhausen

Wurzburg

A travel blog entry by djmmgm on Oct 21, 2014

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... into town and visited Siegfried's Mechanical museum , a collection of automated musical instruments. We then took a gondola ride over the Rhine Valley and the vineyards. We then cruised to AnDernach where we were wined and dined at. Princess Heide vonHohenzollern's private 14th century Burg Namedy castle, a royal banquet!! A very unique and memorable ...

Rainy Rudesheim

A travel blog entry by juliep2104 on Oct 10, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

Rudesheim, which I was lucky enough to visit on our trip in 2002, is now devoted primarily to tourism. On that note I avoided the shopping and had a wonderful tour of the mechanical music museum. Remember player pianos and organ grinders? Multiply this by a factor of 100 and you'll have the quality of this museum. Some of the instruments date back ...

Lovely Rothenburg with towers

A travel blog entry by astre on Oct 01, 2014

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... towers along the city wall. Nice view. When we came down at a tower it started raining. We went to a one euro store and mom bought a doggy toy (a ball in which you can put food). I bought a 25 cents postcard at another store. We went back to the city wall because it rained. We went to the famous photo stop and took some pictures and headed back to ...

Days 17 & 18 The Romantic Road (and some of 19)

A travel blog entry by jccharbonneau on Oct 01, 2014

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... until you sorted out your differences - in school in the 1700s, a common punishment for students who misbehaved was to wear a large sign around their neck with a donkey on it - it was necessary to obtain a confession from the suspected guilty party in order to convict them. So if two witnesses testified with a similar story against you, the judge would then order you to be tortured until you confessed And then there were all sorts of torture methods and devices, everything from the ...

Rothenburg ob der Tauber

A travel blog entry by jmcnamara on Jun 29, 2014

... spent the night at Pension Elke. The innkeepers run a grocery store downstairs and rent out a few rooms upstairs. When I got there, the innkeeper showed me my room and asked me what I wanted to drink for breakfast. I thought that was a little odd, but in the morning, I understood why. At breakfast, there was a table set with my room number on it with a poured glass of orange juice. Nice hospitality!

Sunday was the first rainy day so far, so ...