Hotel am Maxplatz
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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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In the morning, long travel south and cross the River Elbe en route to Bayreuth, home of the exclusive Wagner Festival. We will continue our journey to Würzburg to see the Marienburg Fortress and the Prince-Bishops' residence before our arrival in Rothenburg. We also have a dinner in the hotel tonight. We had an early start as to get to our next over night destination we would have to travel nearly 580kms and that would be ...
... with 512 steps up and the same down we decided a coffee and an ice cream in the huge park bordering the Van Gogh museum was a more sensible idea. We still had vivid memories of the climb to the top of the peterborough cathedral and Marg wasn't keen on piggybacking me on this climb (what are pillion passenger's for i say). We explored this amazing city for hours before retiring to our hotel with sore feet but a ...
When we left Munich, our plan was to travel the Romantic Road of Germany. This road starts in Fussen, just across the border from Austria, and wanders north to Wurzburg, a total of about 306 km. We stayed in Fussen last night, then got up and hit the Romantic Road today planning to make Rothenburg ob der Tauber.
Our first planned stop was to see the Hohenschwangau ...
... of poppies. We were just getting into our romantic stride when we discovered the road was closed! Very German... No warning, just a barrier! So we turned back and went through Archshofen again and loved the maypole in Schonach. Before too long, we arrived in Rothenburg ob der Tauber. We parked up and put an hour on the van as we thought we'd just have a quick wander and a coffee. What a ...
... to walk down to the castle. It was so pretty and so huge! They had a pumpkin festival going on at the time so we had lunch there and walked around the festival. It is actually the largest pumpkin festival in Germany. They had the pumpkins forming all different kinds of animals and people. It was really neat and fun to walk around. We then met Darin at the hotel because he offered to drive us to our ...