Hotel am Maxplatz
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... said to get off at the NEXT stop. She said, “I only speak SCHOOL English.” Well, that sounded great to us. She said, “I will get off with you and speak to the taxi driver to take you to a nice hotel. “ The taxi driver kept arguing with her about something (in German of course), and she finally told us, “There’s a film festival in Hof, and ALL the hotels are full! “ However, she insisted that the taxi ...
We got an early start today and had a scenic drive along the romantic road to Rothenburg ob der Tauber. We have been anticipating this part of the trip and lets just say that it didn't disappoint.
After some morning dreariness, we were blessed with sunshine and nice mid-teen temperatures.
We had an extensive walking tour of Rothenburg by yet another superb guide who really knew her stuff. Patty and Bob seemed to ...
Our last actual tourist day, although we may attempt to locate our old apartment in Viernheim (old is the operative word as it was 43 years ago) on the way to Frankfurt tomorrow.
But today is Rothenburg, Germany. This place is much larger than we anticipated. We thought we visited it in the "old" days but likely not. In this walled city we drove inside the gates ...
The Zeppelin Stadium in Nuremburg is the site where Hitler gave many of his speeches. It held around 200,000 people. It's a bit rundown and overgrown and part of it is a sports ground now but it still has an eerie atmosphere. It does look as though there is some effort being made to restore it although I'm not ...
We decided yesterday that seeing as the weather was very ordinary that we would drive one and a half hours to Stuttgart to visit the Mercedes Benz Museum. This was another of Andrew and Alain's dreams. With plenty of roadworks and wet weather our journey took 2 hours. We really wanted to do this on the way from Mulhouse to Rothenburg but poor planning had us doing this trip on a Monday and of course the museum isn't open on a ...