Hotel Goldener Hirsch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Goldener Hirsch Rothenburg ob der Tauber
What a great place. This was another one that we picked out at the last minute, and its is a wonderful facility located right in the heart of the historic city center
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When we left Munich, our plan was to travel the Romantic Road of Germany. This road starts in Fussen, just across the border from Austria, and wanders north to Wurzburg, a total of about 306 km. We stayed in Fussen last night, then got up and hit the Romantic Road today planning to make Rothenburg ob der Tauber.
Our first planned stop was …
Off by bus to Rothenburg through the countryside, our guide Linda pointed out that this area is the 2nd sunniest in Germany but that the last decent rain was in May & it is now been the hottest since 1975. There are 16 federal states in Germany, this state grows sugar beet, to produce sugar, mainly for cocacola. The average farm size is 100ha but you very seldom see houses on the farm this is due to the fact that in ...
... baked cheesecake without a pastry base, sultana scrolls and Hefezopf. Thorsten was at work. Melissa was there and Steffi came a bit later. She went swimming. Home to Mucki's to get our luggage for the next week and then to Otto's for dinner. Hedwig and Jurgen were there for dinner too. Another great evening. All of our luggage will not fit in Wolfgang and Katrin's car so Wolfgang and Mucki will take the rest of our luggage to our hotel in Stuttgart. Amazing ...
After breakfast we went into Crailsheim to buy Ron some summer weight socks and walk in the city. We went to the Kirch Platz and inside the Lutheran Johannes Kirche. Walked along the Jagst River and small section of the city wall remaining from the heavy bombing and burning of Crailsheim during World War II and to the Zeug Turm. Home for lunch for Maultaschen and salad at Mucki's. Off to the ...
... Klaus gave us tomatoes, yellow zucchini, onions, potatoes and parsley to take home. Klaus had built a glass pergola for us since our last visit when it rained and he erected a tent for us. We went back to Mucki's for a clothes change and then on to Angelika's house for BBQ dinner. Ron and I walked to Gelly's house which took about 15 minutes. We had 4 courses of ...