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 …
... paper with a typed message in English. “SO SORRY, YOU’RE WRONG! This small village is called Rothenbuerg, but it’s not Rothenburg ob der Tauber. You’ve got to go back to Hof, then to Neurenburg, then to Rothenburg ob der Tauber. Have a good trip!!!”
I called our hotel in Rothenburg ob der Tauber (at least the wrong place had cell service) to tell them we were lost. If we tried to go back as the directions ...
... on board and Al had a cigar and I sat in the sun and watched the locks. We couldn't go to the sundeck because the bridges are so low. I took a few pictures of the Main Canal and the pretty little towns along the way. We walked into town after lunch and walked around a bit. Very beautiful town. The old bridge was a pedestrian path and bikes also, there were so many people out and ...
... boat moved on down the Maine River and we spent the afternoon in the lounge reading and taking in the countryside. I also spent some time on the upper sundeck as it was a beautiful afternoon, sunny and with no wind, possibly around 17C. It's by far the best day weather wise since we left Australia. We passed through 3 locks during the afternoon and at Wurzburg which is 189 metres above sea level, we have descended some 217 metres since crossing ...
The sun has snuck out which is wonderful. Enjoying the passing autumnal scenery. Had a glass blowing demonstration from an entertaining salesman. Then a visit to a home of a local for sponge and strudel. Lovely people and great village. House heated hydronically in the ...