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Last night we had a fantastic concert by a German singer Valene May. She sang a European song book, songs from 10 countries and in 10 different languages. What an amazing talent. Today we docked in the lovely village of Kitzingen, beautiful cobbled streets and quaint shops and cafes. Sue discovered a great little dress shop and made numerous purchases. Had a coffee in a little corner cafe and watched the locals go about the daily business. Yesterday was 42degrees followed by a ...
In Wurzburg in morning visited the Wurzburg Residenz Palace and Hardens. Architects artisans and engineers were brought in by powerful Prince- Bishops to build one of the finest palaces in Europe. A UNESCO World heritage site. So glad I went to see this spectacular palace. Cheks are biggest beer drinkers. 150 litres per person a ...
... advertised as being the best preserved walled medieval town in Germany. It came very highly recommended by both Jeanette & Paul. After 1 hour on a coach we arrived. We were not disappointed, it was impressive, quaint little houses and the narrow streets we have become used to in the more traditional towns or villages. At 4.15 it was back on the coaches for the 1 hour drive back to the ship. ...
... we reached our planned campsite at Collenberg. Glory be ! they had a beer garden with lots of shade and were serving hot meals. We simply parked the bikes and enjoyed a long anticipated meal of schnitzel with bell-pepper sauce, fries and salad with chilled, sparkling mineral water all for 27.40euros (for both, not each!) After a long lunch, for us, we just unpacked the ground sheet and kept it in the shade for the afternoon while we read and napped.
We stopped briefly in Lohr am Main for groceries as tomorrow was Sunday and everything would be shut. We got lost in its Altstadt trying to find the way back to the old bridge (which is set back a long way into the town itself as it is quite high over the river. Finally we crossed over and stopped for lunch on the riverside in Sendelbach.
Early in the morning we had been cycling into a breeze but by 11am this had developed into a ...