Quality Hotel Hof
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... After visiting Rothenburg, the group took a 1.5 hour bus drive to the hotel. After less than an hour of relaxation, it was dinner time (although we hit the bier garten beforehand) and we had some nice polka music to listen to and pork and sauerkrat for dinner. Afterwards, we enjoyed the evening a bit more before turning in to get ready for heading to Munich in the morning!
... 5pm we decided to do a bit of sightseeing. Syd suggested that wd go to the Festspielhaus first as it was "just past the bahnhof". In fact it took 30mins each way as part of the of the map we had used had elided part of the road. By the time we had got back to the Altstadt Val was feeling the heat and returned to our room whilst Syd went on to take some pictures in the Altstadt. When we check the weather later we found out that the temperature had maxed at 32 ...
... at Tauber Idyll, a fantastic little campground about .5K straight down from one of the town’s gates. We got set up and headed up a steep but short hike to the Marktplatz (town center) and grabbed a quick bite to eat. We then headed to the Night Watchman tour, which featured a fantastic guide that took us on a tour of the city giving us the history of Rothenburg from 700 A.D. to the present day. Incidentally, the last ...
... and bought frikadellen and some salad stuff and put together a large salad (with a local beer) which were ate in the room. When we went to bed just before 10pm it became obvious that our room was going to be noisy - immediately above a quite busy road intersection with orange street lights. We got out the eye masks and earplugs and went off to sleep quickly (at least the quilts were lightweight ones so we could sleep with the provided bed linen).
... for Euro. Stonewalling, stonewalling, stonewalling. Neira had actually explained a similar experience she had had when in Budapest on this trip. She had said it is extremely difficult for Eastern Europeans to acknowledge or accept responsibility for a mistake they have made. On that occasion the hotel had not provided a bed for the driver so after a long day's drive, parking then 3 kms away, walking back he was told that he would be sleeping at another hotel. Bag in hand ...