Quality Hotel Hof
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... story it certainly got you in and you realised what a huge job this guy Triopolo did to put it there. Shame we weren't allowed to take photos, I managed to take one of the ceiling painting in a church we went in. Tricia and I thought we might take a pew as it was sooo nice and cool in the church. Ha ha. Boys were outside in the heat otherwise we would have. We walked into the town from the Palace and it was ...
... house is on a few acres about 300m from the town centre on the side of the hill backing against the forest and looking out across the hills towards other villages. There being a village every couple of kilometres. Goldkronach is celebrating this year it's 650th birthday so comparing to Australia's just over 200 years it gives you perspective on how it looks, the traditions and culture that exist. They have celebrating down pat, with a ...
... glass wear, paintings etc from BC to more recent times. 25,000 people a day go there and in the heat the air conditioning couldn't cope so it was a bit stifling at times. Saw the Mona Lisa, it was bigger than people had described. Over a 100 people were in front of it trying to take a picture. Just not enough time to see it all even if you had the whole day.
The next day we went by bullet train, at about 320km/h, to our friends place in Bingen Germany which is ...
... 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 ...
... drove a couple hours to the Bavarian Alps, along the way picking up Jonas' best friend from when he was a student, Felix. Just like Jonas, Felix's English was great even though he rarely speaks the language and just like Jonas, he is fun and interesting to speak with and be around. The five of us began climbing up Wendelstein (1,800 m) and the scenery was beautiful. The grass all around us was green, the sky was blue, and there were ...