It's hard for me to imagine that some people were not intrigued by the authentic renovation, historic trappings, self guided tour information and external gardens of Rothe House. It's like sneaking a peek into the medicine cabinet of a guy who can afford a better routine shaver than most can ever consider. After awhile churches and castles as well as many smaller museums take on a same coldness, a repetitive, "It's ok, I guess" status, but in the Rothe House, I could feel the warmth of a home and a decidedly entrepreneurial family, living from day to day almost seven centuries back in time in somewhat enviable comfort.
While we were there, the massive and interesting upper "attic" roof and beneath were being fortified and brought back to life, which was fascinating to watch. From room to room, there were interesting period piece appointments, and it's clear that the staff is working hard to continually refine smaller problems which in no significant way minimize the impact of a visit well spent in Rothe House.
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