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... Vilshoffen. There were lots of luggage lined up outside the hotel. We met Dragon Reveljic. He will be our cruise manager for the next week. Our tag color was yellow. We will be on the fourth - yellow- bus and on the yellow tour for the day. The buses were nice big travel buses with a bathroom onboard ( a must for this group). We set out about 8:15 for Regensburg , Germany. The people in front of us on the bus were from Canada. ...
... was built in the 11th century and the city's medieval walls completed in 1452 with a total of 126 towers, We leave the coach in the Market Square. In the Market Square is the unique and famous fountain known as "Schoner Brunnen. "The Beautiful Fountain" is a 14th Century exquisite architectural work with a height of 19 meters. The beautiful churches of Saint Lorenz and Saint Sebald provide a beautiful back drop to the city. The main square is ...
... Regensburg as did Oskar Schindler. Today it is home to Adidas and Puma, BMW and University. It was good to have a late start to the day and a less hectic schedule to follow. Outside max temp today expected 1 degree Celsius. And ... it started snowing (for oa few minutes) on my walk back to the ship from the old town this afternoon. We understand temperature may drop to -15 degrees in the next few ...
... benches are tables around them. A perfect place to enjoy a Gluwein and warm up a bit. There were market stalls all around the palace as well as in the inner court yard. What fun. The winter cruises had started and we met Mike from New Jersey at one of the warming stations. He was having a wonderful time visiting the markets and on the cruise boat.
This is was our first stop in Germany and ...
... the oldest Bratwurst Kitchen but didn't do German sausage tasting till the end of tour when we got to a pub. We got a beer and small variety plate of sausages. The Cathedral was again beautiful inside but creepy seeing real bones and a skull in the vault wall. The stained glass is so gorgeous. The Goliathhaus mural had an unique story about the painter who took his time painting, leaving his shoes at end of scaffold as if he ...