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... 1st day when we all chose the back of bus. Everyone else moves around...we keep to the back! Lol! On our way to next stop. This will be our overnight stop. Still having trouble with hotel wifi to post pics on here. So the pics I am putting on are from my cell ...
... 60ks were into a headwind and a bit challenging. However we all did the whole journey fairly easily in the end, at an average speed of 17km/h. Not a spectacular day's riding with the rain around so we made few stops. A brief look in a monastery church just as the monks were filing out after prayers was interesting and an aircraft museum (closed) looked like it had some potential from the outside. But in the main ...
... the city skyline, sits on a prominent site that dates back to 1000BC. Its latest "makeover was in 1631 when Gustav Adolf of Sweden expanded a castle into a Baroque fortress with royal gardens. It is the largest fort/castle in southern Germany. The fortress now houses two fine museums also. We ran out of time for the museums but was able to fit in a guided tour of the Fort, including the ancient well (105m deep!), the chapel, keep and a short section of the 18km ...
45km, 15-33deg, forecast - cloudy with a chance of an afternoon thunderstorm with damaging hail - actual weather, fine and sunny. Yep, weather forecasters, they're the same world over. Although we would have liked to get away early to beat the predicted afternoon storm, due to it being a Sat, brekkie wasn't available till 8am. So it was a 9am start for the ride. ...
... but only dotted about so each structure stood as an individual. The cities, towns and villages are very flat not many high rises, only about five stories high. The countryside moved from the rich fertile river flats to rolling countryside. The plots of farming moved to large acres, with lots of woods and towns and villages more spread out. Arriving in Wurzburg, we really did not know what to expect. The taxi was quick and were at ...