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... just for petty crimes - a day or two in the basement...they were lowered with a rope and stayed in the darkness until they were pulled out. Not paying bills or quarrelsome wenches(of course). They also had a bridge that just looked like any other bridge but they could raise it 17 feet in the floods. Their houses are made out of red limestone on the bottom ...
... it was a beautiful day, especially for this time of year. We went through the town square and went off a side street and found a little restaurant, the waiter said all the restaurants would have good German food. And this place was no exception. I was hungry but couldn't eat a lot, still a little queasy?? ugh. We still had time to walk around some, the shopping was very upscale in the ...
Wertheim is mostly known for the castle that shares the town's name. In 1806, Napoleon declared the river as the border between Baden and Bavaria and Wertheim became informally known as the border town of the Grand Duchy of Baden.
The small town dates back to the middle ages and has a tower which is a version of the leaning tower of Pisa. The so-called Spitzer Turm's noticeable lean is due to 800 ...
The sun has snuck out which is wonderful. Enjoying the passing autumnal scenery. Had a glass blowing demonstration from an entertaining salesman. Then a visit to a home of a local for sponge and strudel. Lovely people and great village. House heated hydronically in the ...
... and head back to the ship. So the view from the bus is our only memory of the beautiful building. Set sail for Wertheim during dinner. After dinner, a world famous glassblower, Karl Ittig, boarded the ship to demonstrate his art. Karl has collaborated with Dale Chihuly, a famous glass sculptor who was born in Tacoma and attended U of Wash. Karl provided an entertaining evening filled with humor and informative presentation of the glass blowing ...