Hotel Garni Kreuzerhof
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Pets allowed
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... their door in the dark. So, they ignored us. Finally, a car pulled into the closed bed and breakfast and a light appeared in the window. We walked up to their door and tried to let them know that we were lost. OOPS!!! In this Rothenbuerg, no one speaks ANY English! I guess they could tell what we needed, and it seems as though we are NOT the only ones who’ve made this mistake before. The man went inside the bed and breakfast and brought back a ...
... we had a demonstration of a glass blower who has a shop in the next town...what a hoot!! He was drinking Jaegermeister - he said it has very low alcohol if you don't mix it with stuff like in America? - but he was a show man. The trade originated for test tubes for science labs and thermometers and evolved into art. He showed how he made the glass balls, and asked a guest to help. Cool. ...
... divide. We have passed through 42 of the 64 locks of our journey. We are approaching the more populated and industrial areas of Germany as is evident by the increase in buildings and industrial sites along the river, the increased traffic, the roads and bridges (massive structures over the river) and rail networks. As I write this blog the river runs alongside a major rail line and high speed trains fly past in either direction about every 3 ...
The sun has snuck out which is wonderful. Enjoying the passing autumnal scenery. Had a glass blowing demonstration from an entertaining salesman. Then a visit to a home of a local for sponge and strudel. Lovely people and great village. House heated hydronically in the ...
Visited the Wurzberg palace this morning. Very large typical European palace. Mostly reconstructed after the war apart from a large Tiepolo ceiling. No photos allowed. Afternoon trip to Rothenberg. An intact walled medieval town. Quite impressive although very touristy of ...