Ramada Hotel Residenzschloss Bayreuth
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... are allowed up the narrow tower at a time should have told me that it's a small space up top. You pay once you're at the top of the narrow spiral staircase, and then you have to climb a ladder to get outside for the real view. At the top of the ladder you squeeze through a tiny door (it's a little awkward) and then BAM you're outside and way above the main market square! It's, like I said, a very small space where you just walk around the bell at the top and enjoy the views ...
... I was able to sneak a few in before I saw that sign. The biggest room was about three stories high with a massive Christmas tree covered in over 1000 glass bulb ornaments. Even the ceiling was covered in Christmas decorations!
Now after a little nap were ready to make our way back into town and hopefully grab some dinner. Hopefully someone will serve us! Tomorrow we're planning on waking up, taking a last walk along the wall, and then hopping a mid-day train to ...
... beautiful. We stopped at Creglingen for lunch. We spent the day driving through gorgeous town after gorgeous town.
We arrived at Rothenburg late afternoon, found some accomodation in a hotel which was nice & headed into the Old Town.
Rothenberg was beautiful in a Disneyland kind of way. (Not meant as a criticism as you know how we love Disney). We just felt it had a more staged, touristy feel to it. Probably not helped by the obvious bus loads of ...
... caught up on their travel adventures so far. The next day we started with swim in the wonderful pool and then toured Bayreuth and its forest in car and on foot with our local guide ( Volker) taking us to his childhood playground and ski / toboggan slopes and past the old family homes. Dinner at the oldest brewery in the world with ...
... farms had panels on the barns as well! Why not? About 1 pm we arrived in Rothenburg. Just outside the old walled city, there were supermarkets and gas stations. Then John parked the bus, and we all walked through a gate in the wall and were in another century, with cobbled streets and colorfully stuccoed steep-roofed buildings. Our hotel is so amazingly quaint and lovely that we are going to post lots of pictures of it! After unpacking, we all ...