Mercure Hotel Schweinfurt Maininsel
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... It is the home of of Germany's famous (and original) Kathe Wohlfahrt Christmas Store - open 365 days a year and that's where Ros headed while I spent time walking the streets taking photographs. It was snowing and about - 3 degrees.
It was good day out followed by a degustation dinner in the ships exclusive Eriebnis Restuarant that I enjoyed but Ros didn't as much.
Cruising to Miltenberg overnight and in the ...
... 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 ...
... a few showers so Dennis stayed on board and I ventured out into the elements. It soon fined up and I was able to enjoy Mittenberg along with fellow travellers Janine and Marc. I had been shopping with Janine before. One passenger has us confused and thinks we must be sisters!! Thursday Now in Rudesheim famous for Reisling, more wine. took the ...
... the Tauber" river) is the most popular tourist stop along the Romantic Road for two major reason: it is the quintessential German Christmas town with the largest all-year Christmas store; and it has the Kriminalmuseum, or the museum about medieval crime & punishment. At the Kriminalmuseum we learned all sorts of delightful tidbits, such as: - if you were a gossip, you would be forced to wear an iron mask of shame - if you and your husband were heard quarrelling, you would be ...
... highlight of the tour was a walk along the town wall-built in the 14th century. We walked along the top of the wall and made it around almost the entire town. We finished the evening on the "night watchman tour", but we peeled off before it was over. The crowd was too big and we were going to the same places we had seen during the day. We walked back to our hotel (Hotel Bezold), climbed the wooden circular steps to our 3rd floor attic room, and drank the rest of our delicious local ...