Hotel am Maxplatz
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... looks more like a movie set than a real town. We arrived for lunch and based on trip advisor reviews we decided to have sushi of all things for lunch. It turned out to be some of the best I've had in Germany so far. After lunch, we wandering through the winding streets and found our hotel--"Romantik Hotel Markusturm." In a timber-framed building, the lobby was quaint and the stairs and floorboards were very creaky. There is no way you could sneak ...
... are allowed up the narrow tower at a time should have told me that it's a small space up top. You pay once you're at the top of the narrow spiral staircase, and then you have to climb a ladder to get outside for the real view. At the top of the ladder you squeeze through a tiny door (it's a little awkward) and then BAM you're outside and way above the main market square! It's, like I said, a very small space where you just walk around the bell at the top and enjoy the views ...
... town. The man that gives the tour dresses as the night watchman and he's been doing it for the last 20 years. His humor is subtle, perfectly timed and hilarious as he describes the history of the town and the role of the night watchman. We were laughing out loud through the entire experience. It was about an hour of moving about town and stopping at different locations for stories about how Rothenburg barely survived as the pristine medieval city that we see today. At ...
... top. We made it!
The view from the top was so worth it, Tess & I didn't stay up there long as it was too windy & chilly for Lily:)
The only way down was the same way. Deep breath and off we went. Stopping at landings to let others pass who were heading upwards.
We waited for the others in the large hall at the halfway point. It was such a good feeling to get back there!
We walked around the town and the markets. Ate Bratwurst rolls AGAIN for ...
... caught up on their travel adventures so far. The next day we started with swim in the wonderful pool and then toured Bayreuth and its forest in car and on foot with our local guide ( Volker) taking us to his childhood playground and ski / toboggan slopes and past the old family homes. Dinner at the oldest brewery in the world with ...