Villa Geyerswoerth Hotel
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How things can change!! We stopped in at the Tourist Info centre to talk to someone about nice places to stay on our way to Cologne. In the course of the conversation this lovely girl mentioned how wonderful Berlin was and we just knew we couldn't miss it!! Jumped in the car and began the 4 hour journey on the Autobahn. It all went very smoothly but there were a number of road works ...
... different colours, to make sure I would get the right way, as he understands too, getting into a city is easy, but out......anyway, his help is greatly appreciated. (I hope he reads this message)
The attached pictures will give you a little impression of today. As in Nurnberg, the warm weather seems to bring people in a real festive mood, an African music festival currently here in Bayreuth topped it really up!
Bye for ...
... balanced smoke beers.
A quick walk further through the old town
and we approached the Dom (cathedral) and then headed back down the hill toward
home. We happened to pass by the Wilde Rose bar on the way back to the hotel,
and considering it’s also a brewery, we decided to have one last beer (well
again, Andy did)! And after a beautiful light tapas dinner on the balcony, we
are now sitting here writing the story for ...
... has a court yard and 6 apartments with open veranda . Four stories high , Hard to describe .
We we only stayed one night as fully booked for long weekend .
Later afternoon we walked to the river Main and along its tree lined banks , had coffee and people watched . Lots of American tourist .
As usual we didn't walk far enough and after we walked back towards our digs found a market square lots of cafe ...
... self-guided tour.
It started in the exhibition hall, and the current offering was a display of modern glass; there were some wonderful examples, many of which didn’t look as though they were made of glass at all, done by international artists and displayed with sign cards in English – hooray.
Having perused those, we went upstairs to the real part of the castle, where room ...