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Travel Blogs from Worms
This morning we woke a little late (8:30) and hung around while Taylor worked. Around 10:30 we thought it should be time for breakfast so we walked to a little market (penny mart) and bought 3 yogurts, a box of raspberries and some water (also coke zero for me). Back to the hotel where they were nice enough to dig up some plastic spoons for us. Then we hopped into the car, ate the yogurts quick and drove to Babara's (Taylor's stepmom) in Bad Kreuznach. Barbara fed us ...
... 600000 euro a year for up keep. The pipe organ is again fantastic and is relatively new, with a mirror placed so that you can see the organist. He was playing when we walked into the church, the acoustics were awesome. The music enveloped us as we walked around the church. Then down to the Rhine river for a stroll along the path before wandering back into town for a coffee. We then ...
... a Hyatt right on the Rhein in Mainz. Such a cute town! Had a lovely dinner at a doner restaurant. Next time I will not order fries. I had too much food! We walked down the street to walk along the river back to our hotel. It's a good thing we came up when we did because we are now bombarded with a doozy of a rainstorm. Now, bath time and sleep. Tomorrow - visit with Barbara in Bad ...
... times, once when the signs were exactly parallel with our traveling direction, so we never even saw the signs until we had past them, got lost and retraced our steps. But it would have worked fine from the other direction... We haven't taken many photos of grand old cathedrals and churches as most of them are all undergoing repairs and are covered by massive towers of scaffolding and cloth. At Bingen, the famous Mouse Tower was ...
... my smartphone to guide us, but Winfried decided to chat to a local anyway and in the process found out a church hidden in the backstreets called Pauluskirche which had a cool door with stories from the Old Testament on the left side and the New Testament on the right. Most Catholic Churches in Germany are always open and inside it was completely empty. Although narrow, the figures and sculptures on the ceiling were really amazing.
Other places to stay in Worms
Prinz-Carl-Anlage 10-14, Worms | 4 star hotelfrom $154
Am Obermarkt 10, Worms | 2 star hotelfrom $139
Gutleutstrasse 4, Worms | Hotelfrom $90
Fahrweg 19, Worms | Hotelfrom $135
Petersstr. 5-7, Worms | Hotelfrom $104
Roemerstrasse 72, Worms | Hotelfrom $104
Mainzer Str. 5, Worms | Hotelfrom $100
Hofgasse 2 - 4, Worms | Hotelfrom $104
PfÃ¤lzerwaldstrasse 100, Worms | Hotelfrom $87
Martinspforte 7, Worms | Hotelfrom $110