Hotel am Kuhbogen
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... NOT to use our Koblenz Cards (the ones that we’d purchased on Monday for free bus travel and discounts to the fortress and many museums). Remember, we NEVER could find the correct bus stops in Koblenz and had not used the card at all. It is good for 24 hours AFTER the first time you use the card, so we gave them to the hotel clerk to give to other tourists as a gift from GranD & PapaJ.
Alas, we started our walk to the train station ...
... much in awe as MJ and I were (even though we have been before). There is something magical about Rothenburg. Even found the puppet show theatre where we attended with our gang so many years ago (the puckfest weekend - who could forget).
Another Bavarian lunch with wine or beer and soup, bratwurst with sauerkraut and strudel for dessert. It never really gets old.
We then bussed to Wurzburg to meet up ...
... Gasthof was as downtown as possible.
The mood was Christmas as it was chilly and the typical German overcast day. The decorations about town were Christmas colors. We entered many shops, especially devoted to Christmas. The ornaments were unfortunately outrageously expensive or likely made in China. Nonetheless, we enjoyed the town.
Now for a tad ...
... you would do with it.
Rothenburg is one of the best known and most complete walled German towns. It's one of the few old towns that has had parking right next to the walls so it was easy to visit. The city was founded in 1170 and some of the buildings date from around that time. The little houses ...
... interesting than I thought it would be. I particularly enjoyed the historical facts they displayed along with the audio. We spent about 2 hours in there working our way downwards through the decades. Alain and Andrew could have spent even longer and taken a few hundred more photos but we had to get home. Again the German traffic slowed us down......long bank ups of traffic that disappeared as quickly as they happened. We got off ...