Mittermeier Restaurant & Hotel
Travel Blogs from Rothenburg ob der Tauber
We spent a fun day wandering around Wurzburg, the end of the Romantische Strasse but also where Ben's German Grandparents had lived for many years. A pretty big city but surrounded on all sides by grape vines that give a weird contrast to the industrial looking city-scape. Most of the wine made in this area isn’t exported and the locals love it and are very proud of it. We tried a bit of it at the Wurstenmarkt – a German Wine ...
... low bridges.
The first stop on this stretch was Wertheim in Bavaria, famous for glass blowing, and the most exquisite workmanship- I have to confess that we fell in love with a wedding anniversary present paperweight to add to our collection. The town has the largest castle on our travels, which we walked up ...
... survived the war. Most of the palace has since been restored to original opulence. This area is known for Franconian wines and they come in round and flattened bottles known as Bocksbeutel. Very nice white fruity wine as well as some red varietals. The day ended with a lovely dinner and an anniversary celebration for Tom and Judy celebrating five years of wedded bliss for ...
... the thousands of tourists. They do have an interesting car rental company. For 250 Euros an hour, you can rent a Ferrari. If you want to take it on the Autobahn (no speed limits), it will cost you 50 Euros more. I think we are happy driving our little Fiat ...
... in her home in Merkendorf. We were thrilled when Dani and Axel took us for a beautiful bike ride around their lake, it was a chance for us to redeem ourselves on the bike, after Antwerp. That evening we caught up, having not seen each other for 3 years. Axel cooked us up a storm on the barbecue ( first fanning the flames with a blow dryer, photo attached,) with Bavarian potato salad to go with it. We washed everything down with snapps with a pear ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed