Rottaler Hof

Address: Richard-Wagner-Str. 5, Bad Füssing, Bavaria, 94072, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Richard-Wagner-Str. 5, Bad Füssing.
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        Another beautiful city on the Danube

        A travel blog entry by juds76rhine on Oct 30, 2015

        2 comments, 27 photos

        ... the stucco is washed away. St. Stephen's Cathedral was almost completely burned in the 17th century and there is a small part of the Baroque style that is left and the new addition was more of the Rococo (?) period - very ornate also, but not as guilded. The Bishop's Residence is near the church but now is only used for visiting dignitaries or parties for the ...

        Bus trip to Czech Republic

        A travel blog entry by jim_carole on Oct 24, 2015

        13 photos

        ... Rep that was formed when a large dam was built.

        Cesky Krumlov was a beautiful town built on a couple of sharp bends in the Vltava River, the longest river in the Czech Rep. The old part has a huge castle. Again tough to do it justice in the pictures. We had a guided walking tour, then lunch and an hour and half free time to tour ourselves. Then back on the bus to me the boat in Germany. We sailed at 6:00 PM and our next stop is Regenburg.

        Weather here ...


        A travel blog entry by mjmbmurphy on Oct 22, 2015

        2 comments, 36 photos

        We arrived in Passau this morning and for MJ and I, it was a bit of a scramble. We overslept and only woke 20 minutes before our departure for the walking tour. A coffee and a pastry and we were good to go.

        Passau is known as the city of three rivers, the Danube, Inn and the Ilz meet here. Passau was an interesting centre for the salt trade and the merchants established a powerful monopoly until 1707, when all salt imports to Passau were forbidden and ...

        Passed out in Passau

        A travel blog entry by mdulfer on Oct 15, 2015

        3 comments, 55 photos

        ... Baroque style versus the Gothic style, but there was still a mix. The church was magnificent. Apparently the Bishop Princes, were very egocentric people, and they loved building extravagant buildings and putting their personal touches on them. See if you can see the difference compared to the churches I've posted in the past. Definitely not an ABC (another bloody church). After touring the city ...

        Day 5-The big swap day

        A travel blog entry by mrandonian on Oct 06, 2015

        ... boat was that the rest of the crew was different. Otherwise, the two ships are identical. Very odd, Twilight Zone-ish experience. I expected Rod Serling to show up.

        After some free time in Passau. The bus returned us to Regensburg and our new old stateroom on the Viking Var in time for cocktails and dinner. The Var remained docked in Regensburg overnight. Regensburg is the family home of retired Pope ...