Hotel Reichs Kuchenmeister
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... right to levy taxes and so they became very wealthy. Napoleon abolished trheir rule in 1803 with the crearion of the 'Kingdom of Bavaria'.
Didn't get to see Wurzburg much but went straight on a tour to Rothenburg in the Tauber Valley about an hours drive away and one of the most picturesque villages in Germany and certainly one of the most famous. Its completely surrounded by a wall and is full of charm (but to me ...
... an estimated travel time of 3 hours, it was going to be a long day! I looked up the timetable and we had one of two choices: either we take the regional express train through the Neckar Valley to Bad Friedrichshall with a 13 minute change-over or take the normal train to Osterburken with a 3 minute change-over.
We took the longer transfer time and with that a bit of a detour. But both trains arrived at the same time in Wurzburg ...
... town. The man that gives the tour dresses as the night watchman and he's been doing it for the last 20 years. His humor is subtle, perfectly timed and hilarious as he describes the history of the town and the role of the night watchman. We were laughing out loud through the entire experience. It was about an hour of moving about town and stopping at different locations for stories about how Rothenburg barely survived as the pristine medieval city that we see today. At ...
... The next town was Bad Mergentheim, small, rural and delightful. We stayed in a guest house. The people were so welcoming and hospitable. But their English was as good as our German.
We ate at the restaurant downstairs. We had an interesting ...
... Hall in Baden Wurttemberg, this is the in the region of Germany where I was born. Baden Wurttemberg and Bavaria are the nicest parts of Germany, my opinion only. Walked around, shopped, coffee and lunch and got into our massive room, good internet and most importantly warm. A great day. Went for dinner in the restaurant, I had trout, Jenny had chicken, but we got bread and Ganz Schmalz (goose lard) you may think, ...