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Friendly staff, great room, free parking in nearby garage, just outside city.
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... Kitchen), one of Germany’s oldest restaurants.
Cruising again, had a talk on the Main (pronounced mein) - Danube canal, finally finished in 1992, up to the highest lock in Europe it's summit reaches 406km, locks all 12mtrs wide & 190mtrs long so boats have been built to fit. When built they allocated 20% of the budget for beautification, cost of moving transport basically is 1 ...
... when everyone met for lunch at Heilig -Geist- Spital where we enjoyed lunch consisting of soup, Sauerkraut and german sausage complimented with white wine.
Following lunch we are free time until 3pm when we had to meet the bus to transfer us to our new ship the Viking Magni where we would continue the remainder of our trip to Budapest.
The bus trip took 3 hours ...
... in Hinterzarten about 4pm. This ski town is beautiful. There are 4 ski jumps, health resorts, health spas, an indoor tropical aquatic centre and scrumptious eating places. It is like heaven on earth in the Blackforest. We dined in a German restaurant for dinner. There were two tables of Swiss people. Four couples and 4 ...
... in separate cars and met us after work at Hohenstein. Stefanie then went home with Joshua and the rest of us came home for Schnitchen (Pintxo) and beer and wine. We ate Dickmann's Möhrenkopf sweets. This was a favourite of my mother's. We had a blue moon tonight. This is when you get 2 full moons in one month. It happens every two years and four ...
We got upwardly to a glorious German breakfast of cut meats cheeses bread and pretzels muesli and yogurt. Claudia cut a school lunch for us and we set off for a roman ruin at Weissenburg. We travel but train to Munich and then on to Weissenburg. The ruin was a partially rebuild Roman Cavalry Fort. We paced around the ancient foundations , read the info boards and finally worked out what we were looking at. A little further on we found the Roman ...