Tilman Riemenschneider Hotel
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- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsTilman Riemenschneider Hotel Rothenburg ob der Tauber
The hotel was right next to the central marketplace so was easy to find. Free wifi at the lobby. Very small hotel. Big rooms and comfy. Our room had 3 beds and cute furniture (probably classic German furniture)
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Oct 1 morning we were in Heidelburg. We spent the morning here. Saw the bridge, a castle on top of the hill, Carl's Gate, university, Hapt pedestrian street. We did a long walk along Neckar River. Had Chinese lunch (the only Chinese meal on our tour). These lunch is very ordinary... that's why we got a snack in Rotheburg later that afternoon.
Off by bus to Rothenburg through the countryside, our guide Linda pointed out that this area is the 2nd sunniest in Germany but that the last decent rain was in May & it is now been the hottest since 1975. There are 16 federal states in Germany, this state grows sugar beet, to produce sugar, mainly for cocacola. The average farm size is 100ha but you very seldom see houses on the farm this is due to the fact that in ...
Another wonderful day with relatives. We are so very lucky to have such kind and giving family to look after us while we are in Europe. Mucki and Wolfgang drove us to Hohenloher Freiland Museum. A village set up with buildings from 1500s to early 1900s. They were sourced from around Germany, dismantled in large pieces and reconstructed in this museum village. Then off to pick up Erika and go to Evelyn's for coffee and cake. She made all of the cakes in her ...
After breakfast we went into Crailsheim to buy Ron some summer weight socks and walk in the city. We went to the Kirch Platz and inside the Lutheran Johannes Kirche. Walked along the Jagst River and small section of the city wall remaining from the heavy bombing and burning of Crailsheim during World War II and to the Zeug Turm. Home for lunch for Maultaschen and salad at Mucki's. Off to the ...
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