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CRUSING DAY - Miltenberg
We are now on the Main River and as we cruised into Miltenberg we had a glass blowing demonstation on board the ship.
Miltenberg was founded in the 13C and was situated at an important trade and smuggling route along the Main River. It is a village stuck in time and looks like it is straight out of a fairy tale. Its ...
... who first used X-Rays) was a Professor at Wurzburg University. The highlight of Wurzburg is the so-called 'Residenz' built for the price-bishops of the Sconborn family. It is a beautiful baroque palace - one of the largest in Germany.
In the 13C, local bishops were given the status of 'Price-Bishops'by the ruling emporer. This made them not only a religious ruler but they also became head of the secular society and ...
... was no delay. We got on the express train in Heidelberg at 10:49am and whizzed through the very pretty Neckar Valley. Most of the leaves are gone now with the official start of winter, although the temperatures are staying well and truly above zero. Having said that it has been a bit wet and windy.
After an hour we arrived in Bad Friedrichshall, which apparently has a big salt mine. The next village of Neckarsulm is a bit ...
... our meals. Thanks to Lily we met some lovely people from the town seated at the next table. They helped us with the 5 varieties of snitzel on the menu, recommended a beer for Clint & dessert for the kids.
Snitzel all around - delicious!
It was a lovely atmosphere & a great experience to stay in a smaller town rather than in the larger, more touristy ones.
We enjoyed the night, and no wifi.
... Brauhaus Faust (Brewery Fist). Interestingly on the Hotel Zum Riesen is a Star of David or hexagram, which has another meaning. The hexagram has been used throughout history for various meanings including Hinduism, Mormonism and Occultism. Only since the end of the 19th Century has a hexagram come to officially symbolise Judaism. In Southern Germany in the middle ages, a hexagram used to mean that a guest house had ...