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Extremely well located, very nice installations and staff very pleasant.... we definetely recommend this Hotel...
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Beautiful walled village in Franconia. We drove through stunning scenery and arrived to glorious sunshine. We walked the perimeter wall and the charming cobbled streets of this picturesque hamlet. Spent the evening sampling regional wursts and beer. We chatted long into the evening with a delightful German couple, who Brenton may have invited to Adelaide for a holiday! This village was certainly one of the highlights of our trip so ...
... for the beer) and Canola. Because of the cold winters the farmers keep their cows inside sheds for approx 6 months of the year. The farmers in an area have their animal barns, food barns and living quarters housed together. Rothenburg is famous and perhaps one of the most picturesque villages in Germany. The village is completely surrounded by its old city wall studded with 42 towers, half-timbered houses with ...
... interesting. Locked ourselves in the stocks. We split into our small groups intending on doing mega souvenir shopping. Ready, set, what? Every single store is closed. It's Sunday. Waaaaaahhhhh. Jeff said "looks like we're getting an Eiffel Tower keychain again." We walked around and decided to buy schneeballs. Ehh. Too dry for me. ...
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 ...
... I'm not quite sure how we keep getting hooked up with the best room in the house, but I'm going to pretend it's my good planning!
As we stepped out of the hotel and decided to start our wandering we noticed a Chinese restaurant next door. Why not keep the international eating theme going? Lunch was delicious and I had fried noodles with chicken and Jonathan had chicken chop suey. We each also order an eggroll, and they came out looking more like burritos. ...