Hotel Rappen Rothenburg ob der Tauber
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... We visited another store and mom bought a small kitty ornament for 1.95 euros. oh we also got a hazelnut chocolate snowball for 1.70 euros. It tasted pretty good. Heard it's a local dessert. We got that behind St Jacob's Church.
Dinner was at a restaurant right outside the city wall. Dinner soup tastes bad. Main dish is sausage with shared mashed potato.
... we drove to Wurzburg, Christina read allowed the descriptions for Lonely Planet's recommended places to stay. It was too late to book through AirBNB, but we needed to do laundry because Justin had no other clothes to wear and we hadn't made laundry a priority in our scheduling. So we settled on a Best Western as it had guaranteed internet service and the possibility of laundry service. Worst decision ever. A room with a shower (which we had to specify because apparently there are ...
... highlight of the tour was a walk along the town wall-built in the 14th century. We walked along the top of the wall and made it around almost the entire town. We finished the evening on the "night watchman tour", but we peeled off before it was over. The crowd was too big and we were going to the same places we had seen during the day. We walked back to our hotel (Hotel Bezold), climbed the wooden circular steps to our 3rd floor attic room, and drank the rest of our delicious local ...
... a roof and railing (to keep us safe), and the wall was built in the 14th century, so we were walking over rough and uneven stones. But as we walked, we could see the lovely homes that make up this fabulous town – great back yards, and beautiful facades.
The end of the wall deposited us into the Castle Gardens, which are located on the site of the former Hohenstaufen Castle built ...