Hotel Goldener Anker
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... in separate cars and met us after work at Hohenstein. Stefanie then went home with Joshua and the rest of us came home for Schnitchen (Pintxo) and beer and wine. We ate Dickmann's Möhrenkopf sweets. This was a favourite of my mother's. We had a blue moon tonight. This is when you get 2 full moons in one month. It happens every two years and four ...
... hour or so to one of the prettiest places I have ever seen. Oh My Lord! Rothenburg is a fortified town and driving through the massive stone arched gate is like opening up a fairytale book. Try and remember the most beautiful fairytale setting you can, and I can pretty much guarantee Rothenburg is that place. Fairytale, there is no other way to describe it. Have a look at the pictures, but really they don't do this beautiful town ...
We got upwardly to a glorious German breakfast of cut meats cheeses bread and pretzels muesli and yogurt. Claudia cut a school lunch for us and we set off for a roman ruin at Weissenburg. We travel but train to Munich and then on to Weissenburg. The ruin was a partially rebuild Roman Cavalry Fort. We paced around the ancient foundations , read the info boards and finally worked out what we were looking at. A little further on we found the Roman ...
Today the heat abated enough for us to brave a walk in the woods without fear of melting into a big puddle of Germanic Australian Canadians and discovered the simple delights of the Bavarian Ramble. The flora is different, the risk of stepping on a life threatening reptile virtually non-existent and there's loads of goodies just hanging ...
... however the check-in process was effected regardless.
We had emailed a few days earlier asking about parking for the bikes but received no reply, however gesticulations indicated that we could leave the bikes outside the elevators chained to a ring embedded in the wall at head height. The luggage was unloaded into the elevator and moved piecewise to the room (it is amazing how many items we have when they are unloaded from the ...