Quality Hotel Hof
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... As we were travelling we departed East Germany and entered the Bavarian region, wow it is so pretty. Our first stop on this long day would be after lunch at the Wagner Festival in Bayreuth. There is a memorial garden dedicated to Richard Wagner, however around. The perimeter of the garden are plaques of men and women whom had perform with Wagner and some had performed with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra etc, but what was ...
... nestled beside the large and fast flowing Rhine River. It suffered over 240 bombing raids during the second World War and the allies used the magnificent towers of the Cologne cathedral as a point of reference when conducting the raids. Thankfully the cathedral itself was not severely damaged and today it is a sight to behold. We accidentally purchased tickets to climb to near the top of one the spires however ...
... outside of the City of Schwangau. Apparently we didn't get up early enough. We got there at 9:30 and there was already a line 1 1/2 hours long just to get tickets to get in. We decided to just enjoy the long distance view from the ticket center and then move on down the road.
We drove through some gorgeous countryside and saw lots of the flavor of Bavaria. Reminded us ...
... Not as little as we were expecting. There was a lovely feel about the place. Quite Brugges-esque but with a smaller, more chilled, more intimate feel. So we wandered the cobbled streets in the sunshine and stopped for a coffee before heading on to the next stop. You could definitely spend a good few days here. Loads of shops, bars and restaurants to delight the senses and bleed the ...
... and enjoyed food, drinks, and conversation.
Yesterday was certainly a full day as we left somewhat early to drive back to Jonas' village where he grew up. Along the way, he and Laura made sure to stop in Nuremberg, Bamberg, and Kronach so we could experience some Bavarian towns. These cities had cobblestone streets, outdoor cafés, old churches, old buildings, and castles - a real European feel. As we were walking, we saw ...