Hotel am Maxplatz
- 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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... story it certainly got you in and you realised what a huge job this guy Triopolo did to put it there. Shame we weren't allowed to take photos, I managed to take one of the ceiling painting in a church we went in. Tricia and I thought we might take a pew as it was sooo nice and cool in the church. Ha ha. Boys were outside in the heat otherwise we would have. We walked into the town from the Palace and it was ...
... weekend during summer at a different village all with brass bands, beer tents, sausage and bread stalls and carousels, which everyone goes to.
We went into Bayrueth which is the areas city and this is a beautiful place with many museums, castles, opera and music halls. It's best known worldwide for its yearly Wagner concerts, which are on at the moment with many people from all over eating and drinking at street side cafes ...
... Rhine valley. Jeurgen and Ulla picked us up from the station and took us to their place which is a 4 level house on the side of the Rhine valley overlooking the river to the otherside. The view from their place is magnificent with every direction looking at either old castles, Abbeys, vineyards or other small German towns. There is even a giant statue of a warrior female called Germania (Germany's spiritual icon) on the opposite ridge. It was built from captured ...
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 ...
... and a pretty lake. Nordlingen was a walled town and from the top of a very tall tower it was interesting but we didnt stay too long, instead heading back to Rothenburg, again stalking the Nightwatchman and taking photos of him for his DVD cover. We had the most awesome dinner in Hell... sharing a table with a couple who were spending 2 nights in Nordlingen..... they'll be bored unfortunately!!!
We said goodbye to Rothenburg early Friday morning.... stay tuned!! :-)