Hotel Wurzburger Hof
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... for the beer) and Canola. Because of the cold winters the farmers keep their cows inside sheds for approx 6 months of the year. The farmers in an area have their animal barns, food barns and living quarters housed together. Rothenburg is famous and perhaps one of the most picturesque villages in Germany. The village is completely surrounded by its old city wall studded with 42 towers, half-timbered houses with ...
... the river. Our destination today is Miltenberg. This small village of approx population of 10000 suffered greatly after the 30 years war and could not afford to replace its old, medieval houses. It is as if Miltenberg is "stuck in time" and is straight out of a fairy tale. Spared from the destruction of World War 2 , its stunning Half-timbered houses and historic buildings offer a wonderful insight ...
... the entrance to the Main valley and traffic on the river was Miltenberg's greatest asset. This meant thre town was always on an invaders 'to-conquer' list to establish supply lines. Miltenberg suffered greatly after the '30 years war between 1618 - 1648, initially a war between Protestant and Catholic states but developing into a more general conflict of the ...
CRUISING DAY - Wurzburg / Rothenberg
Cruised along the Main (pronounced Mine) River to Wurzburg seeing little snow-clad houses in towns along the way and vine-clad slopes of surrounding hills.
Wurzburg is the 'capital of Wine Franconia a NW province of Bavaria with about 130,000 inhabitants. Wurzburg, Bamberg and Nuremberg are all located in a sub-region of Bavaria called Franconia. William Rontgen (Nobel Prize ...
... because the NSU plant used to churn out rotary-powered cars and top end motorcycles there. In 1969 they were bought out by the Volkwagen Group and ended up forming Audi with Auto Union. The Lidl supermarket chain is also based in Neckarsulm. I didn't know that the town is named after the two rivers Neckar and Sulm, which converge in the town. Another word for this natural occurrence is one of my favourites: confluence.