Hotel Garni Kreuzerhof
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... and lightening storm, however today is magnificent, clear skys and about 29 degrees. After lunch we went for a walking tour of Rothenburg the most preserved medieval city in Germany and possibly the most picturesque villages in all of Germany. The high stone city wall is still intact. The town is also the home of the famous Kathe Wohlfahrt Christmas Shop. The shop is incredible and we did go a bit mad here. Because it is a medieval town the buildings are built of wood and stone ...
... base in Ansbach. We had a concert for soldiers and their families while we were there. It was awesome- we got to spend our 4th of July on American soil! Before we left, we were able to get a tour of the air field. Because everything is top secret, we weren't allowed to take pictures of the HUGE planes and Blackhawks we saw there. We drove some more after we left so we could get to the cute ...
In Wurzburg in morning visited the Wurzburg Residenz Palace and Hardens. Architects artisans and engineers were brought in by powerful Prince- Bishops to build one of the finest palaces in Europe. A UNESCO World heritage site. So glad I went to see this spectacular palace. Cheks are biggest beer drinkers. 150 litres per person a ...
We rejoined the river and the path lead us through a beautiful valley region with lots of vineyards on either side of the river. We stopped just before the bridge in Kitzingen for our coffee and pastries and a rest. Then it was across to the other side of the Main for the rest of today's route - more along the river but with quite a few factories and industrial complexes on the outskirts of villages/towns. We stopped briefly at Marktbreit for some photos of its biildings ...
... city was saved. To help rebuild the city, a world-wide campaign was started for donations to support rebuilding the city and the wall, and even today, donations of $1000 euro can be made to maintain one meter of wall annually. What a way to make history real for all of us!
The next morning, we headed back into town and took a tour of the Medieval Crime and Punishment, which should have been called the Torture Museum! ...