Gasterhaus und Hotel Merkel
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... where you can see red-tiled roofs and towers in the background. We saw many towers including Siebers Tower which is a popular place to take photos. After all the walking, we got thirsty and stopped at a nice little pub and finally back to the hotel for dinner. The hotel restaurant was good and the owner makes the beer there. After a big meal and sampling all the house beers, the dark, pils and the hefeweizen I was done! It was a nice day in Rothenburg!
... valley and town. There is of course plenty of guard rails that prevent any chance of a fall. But, when your that high up with winds gusting to 50mph, with an established fear of heights, its a bit scary. You can see the fear in my eyes in the pictures that Jonathan took of me. 4-5 minutes up there was enough, and then down we went!
It's the morning of our last day here, and we're about to grab breakfast at our B&B. After a quick walk on the wall were headed to ...
... of the conversation to really drag. We didn't let her get us down though because the building was really cool and I enjoyed an interesting cup of horseradish soup. And of course we each had a gluwein. When you have gluwein everything is okay! We eventually made her way home and passed out. Talking about the ER doc for the last two hours really took it out of us!
Today we woke up early to beat the crowds and walk around the wall that surrounds the town. The walk ...
... were there.
The other Markets we have been to had a different atmosphere, more authentic & less bustling.
We felt people were rushing & pushing past us here. It was still a great place to visit, but just not our favourite.
We climbed the 400+ steps to the top of the bell tower which was a test for the claustrophobes amongst us. It started as quite wide circular steps and just kept narrowing to small wooden steps. The last bit was a very tight ladder ...
the 4:30am start was made bearable by the coffee and croissants as we boarded the Eurostar. Three trains later, (including two ICE's travelling a @ 240 kph much to Alex's delight) and 12 hours later we arrived in Nuremberg and met phil and Volker and picked up the cars to drive to Bayreuth. Dinner at our hotel was noisy as the ...