Hotel Wurzburger Hof

Barbarossaplatz 2, Würzburg, Romantic Road, Bavaria, 97070, Germany | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by jeanniek


... the size of the sausage depended on the gate at each village .the sausages were made to fit through the gates to feed the men that could not make it back into town before curfew when the gates would be locked and no one allowed in till morning. We returned to the boat at around 6.45 pm,dinner in the Crystal dining room then we had a Sither player entertain us and he was very good.Off to bed at ...

Rothenburg ob der Tauber

A travel blog entry by jmcnamara

... made their way to hide out in nearby Rothenburg (a walled-city should be a perfect hiding place, right?). So, now Rothenburg became a bombing target. Because of the large presence of Nazi troops, the orders were to completely destroy the city. The bombing run took place on a foggy day and the bombs missed the city center, but destroyed about half of the wall that surrounds the city. Because of the weather, the job was to be finished by ...

Another Prince Bishop's Palace

A travel blog entry by vicki-kevin


In Germany in the Middle Ages, the Bishops were also in charge of the government, so they were Prince Bishops with total power. The one in Wurzburg had been to the palace at Versailles and wanted to built a similar palace, to prove he had as much power as a French king, but he ran out of money! We had a tour of 6 rooms in the palace, which was to our mind much more tastefully decorated, but we ...


A travel blog entry by vicki-kevin


... one of us still doesn't bother listening too carefully and relies on the other to tell him what's happening each day. No names, of course! At 10.00 a local glass blower, Hans Ittig, came in to the boat to give a demo. It was actually very interesting as he told how his grandfather had escaped from East Germany to West in 1958, with Hans's father in a backpack, and had settled in Wertheim and established the Wertheim ...

Lioness Mountains - Unravelling the Mystery

A travel blog entry by juhu

"Sierra Leone" - I've puzzled about the name of the country I'm going to head off to in only three days for a some time now. Knowing it was conquered and ruled by British colonialists, I got tangled up in the origin of its Spanish name. You don't have to speak Spanish (and I do) to spot that "Sierra Leone" is a Spanish name (for the linguists among you: "sierra" = mountain, "léon" = lion => lioness mountain). Why would British colonialists give a colony ...

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This hotel, located on Barbarossaplatz 2, Würzburg, is near The Residenz, Marienburg Fortress (Festung Marienberg), St. Kilian Cathedral (Dom St. Kilian), and Juliusspital.
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