BEST WESTERN PREMIER Parkhotel Bad Mergentheim
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... rivalry.' It could not afford to replace its old medeval heart with its half-timbered houses and so is stuck in time and is straight out of a fairy tale.
But did it rate as highly as Rothenberg?
Well it will be my interpretation if it does as Ros is feeling a little seedy today and is staying in the cabin while I do the guided walk around town with ...
... who first used X-Rays) was a Professor at Wurzburg University. The highlight of Wurzburg is the so-called 'Residenz' built for the price-bishops of the Sconborn family. It is a beautiful baroque palace - one of the largest in Germany.
In the 13C, local bishops were given the status of 'Price-Bishops'by the ruling emporer. This made them not only a religious ruler but they also became head of the secular society and ...
... and the ground was nice and muddy. There were plenty of arts and crafts, a few tents with seating and colourful lights illuminating the trees and walls. But the best part was being able to walk into the castle grounds with our mugs of Glühwein and have a look at the city from the castle balcony. Pretty impressive at night time!
Having planned it for the last two weeks, we got up nice and early on Sunday for our daytrip to ...
This morning after eating breakfast and packing up we grabbed some tea & croissants from the local bakery and drove to Wurzburg.
We drove around the town then walked through the Christmas markets. It was a nice town. We ate lunch at a cafe and then jumped back in the car to keep discovering the Romantic Road.
The drive through the country side was beautiful and the towns we passed through were all so lovely.
It was an ...
... Heidelberg, because they wanted to slow the Allies advance.
I only had 3 hours in town, so I walked down the main street, which was a buzz of activity. With all the Christmas markets kicking off this weekend, everybody is in a rush to finish the decorations and set up the stalls. There are many old buildings, which date back to the middle ages. I still find it fascinating that such an old building could be ...