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What a beautiful town! Half timbered buildings, enormous stone churches and the Schloss on the hill. Friendly locals and a cute little pension for the night. The aldstadt (old town) is beautifully preserved but because it is a University town, it feels lived in. As a lovely local man said in the pub last night "it is not a museum - it is ...
... they were not too awkward getting through the train stations. We had lunch at a little cafe called Rathaus Cafe.. Good food and great coffee
That evening we ...
... been refurbished this year so that was a find as well
The next morning we decided we needed to walk the old city in daylight to see the walled town. Where the moat used to be is children's playground, nothing that would pass Canadian safety standards but the kids sure looked like they were having fun. The Schloss was built in 1807 and is still used as a hotel and conference centre.
... a day and so pulled off at the next off-ramp.
Right there at the exit was a hotel but its only 2pm and there is simply
nothing more than a hotel and petrol station so decided to look at the map and
see if there was a town nearby and sure enough there was.
I was right on the outskirts of Limburg and so looked in the satnav for
hotels and got it to take me there. The first few were all closed and so while
driving around i managed to ...
It is always nice to come to Usingen. It is like our home stop in Europe. The new owner of the Kaminstube, Sebastian is always so helpful.
We we had a lovely meal with Adelheid and Joachim at the Kaminstube on our first night. Many new menu items. We spent time catching up. Since we saw our friends last year they have ...