BEST WESTERN PREMIER Parkhotel Bad Mergentheim
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... character of a guide and a little exploring and 'schnapps buying' of my own afterwards.
My impression - it was different - much more a normal working town and certainly not as touristy as Rothenberg. Does have the oldest inn in Germany (see photo), a quaint main street with many colorful, historic half-timbered houses either side of the street. I enjoyed ...
CRUISING DAY - Wurzburg / Rothenberg
Cruised along the Main (pronounced Mine) River to Wurzburg seeing little snow-clad houses in towns along the way and vine-clad slopes of surrounding hills.
Wurzburg is the 'capital of Wine Franconia a NW province of Bavaria with about 130,000 inhabitants. Wurzburg, Bamberg and Nuremberg are all located in a sub-region of Bavaria called Franconia. William Rontgen (Nobel Prize ...
... with time for the last Gluhwein before we headed back to the railway station. Steffie came up with the idea of buying some piccolos for the ride home and I bought a few beers like I did in Miltenberg. Well they didn't last long as we had to do something to entertain ourselves! That and running between platforms on a 3 minute transfer to get the adrenaline pumping!
We ended up getting home just before 10pm, so it was a long day, but a good ...
... misty day, very comfortable for driving. Lily was sleeping and we were all enjoying the music and conversation.
Then our driver had a 'Clinton Paul' moment to top all. (out doing even driving around with the baked dinner on the roof of his car). He took what he thought was an entry onto a highway but turned out to be an exit. We were stuck in the exit lane with no way of crossing the 2 lanes to get in the right direction as the traffic ...
... until I saw the train from Seckach. The Bundesland of Bavaria (Bayern) is the largest in Germany and like Baden-Württemberg, made up of two historically different regions of Franconia (Franken) and Bavaria (Bayern). Just like you wouldn't call someone from Stuttgart as Badisch, you wouldn't really call someone from Miltenberg Bayrisch, rather Fränkisch.
That is of course not to be confused with the Fränkische ...