Hotel am Maxplatz
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... After visiting Rothenburg, the group took a 1.5 hour bus drive to the hotel. After less than an hour of relaxation, it was dinner time (although we hit the bier garten beforehand) and we had some nice polka music to listen to and pork and sauerkrat for dinner. Afterwards, we enjoyed the evening a bit more before turning in to get ready for heading to Munich in the morning!
... Rotmain path (the beginning of the Main Radweg) we went up a small continuously rising path on the Bayreuth Ring route. We turned around at Mistlebach and flew downhill all the way back - the first time the bikes had got into 3rd gear this trip! A chance encounter with a small supermarket on the way back solved our food problems for today and tomorrow. Back to our room for lunch and an afternoon siesta out of the continuing heat (28degrees again today).
... picked up the phone and informed General Devers not to use artillery to take Rothenburg. Using one of his troops that spoke fluent German, they marched to one of the city gates and informed that Nazi officer in charge that he had three hours to decide whether to surrender peacefully or be bombed to kingdom come. Ignoring Hitler’s order to defend Rothenburg at all costs, he surrendered to America troops and the remainder ...
... different from the cold and winds of the first couple of weeks) so we parked around the back of the hotel at the outside tables and chairs and got out the stove and kettle and started to make a cup of tea. The kettle was just coming to the boil when someone poked their head around a door and said Reservation? Syd nodded and went to check in. The guy had no English and Syd's Greek is worse than his German (it was the Poseiden Restaurant and Hotel, ...
... path to the square. And now to Emma. It doesn't take long to walk around the small town, but that's not accounting for all the stops to look at jewellery and crystals. And marionette puppets. After a brief perambulation we returned to the hotel for a coffee before heading off. And the Czech really know how to make a strong coffee, at least double. The strength of what I would make. Since we hadn't enjoyed the bus yesterday we decided to be extravagant and catch a taxi to ...