Hotel Rappen Rothenburg ob der Tauber
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The Imperial City Festival is a three day festival in which upwards of a thousand locals dress as knights, merchants, musketeers, pikemen and peasants reenact the history of Rothenburg, including a medieval trial and cattle market.
We spent a fun day wandering around Wurzburg, the end of the Romantische Strasse but also where Ben's German Grandparents had lived for many years. A pretty big city but surrounded on all sides by grape vines that give a weird contrast to the industrial looking city-scape. Most of the wine made in this area isn’t exported and the locals love it and are very proud of it. We tried a bit of it at the Wurstenmarkt – a German Wine ...
... until the roof is level with the deck, leaving just the captain’s head sticking up a hatch on top until the last minute, when as you can see he ducks his head down out of sight! And then we had to sit on the floor to get under the bridge. The stripped down upper deck lasts for a few days as we negotiate a series ...
... is the UNESCO listed Bishop's Residenz, one of Germany's finest baroque palace ensembles built between 1720 and 1744. We were not allowed to take pictures inside so I purchased a book with pictures and history of the palace. Three quarters of the palace was bombed and destroyed in WWII but a lot of the furnishings and tapestries were moved and hidden prior to the ...
... the thousands of tourists. They do have an interesting car rental company. For 250 Euros an hour, you can rent a Ferrari. If you want to take it on the Autobahn (no speed limits), it will cost you 50 Euros more. I think we are happy driving our little Fiat ...
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