Best Western Hotel Bamberg
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... in the world, has no debt & a big budget surplus, also Switzerland for monetary reasons.
In 1992 it changed from European community to European Union the main requirements were single market, single currency & political cooperation. There are no 28 countries in the union, main conditions were human rights, market economy, treaties.
To make up time we have been dropped off to catch bases into Bamberg while ...
Today woke at 7am and of course headed to breakfast. Then at 9:30am there was a presentation on the Main-Danube Canal followed by information about the World of Viking and a briefing on the next day's activities. Following this we had lunch and at the same time the ship docked in Zeil am Main. Then at 1:30 we went on our excursion into Bamberg. At this gime the ship sailed to Bamberg. The excursion lasted until 3pm then we had free time to explore the town on our own.
... has to have the local bratwurst roll, a pastry and cappuccino, we feel obliged to support local tourism.
After lunch we had an historian on board discussing for an hour the background and challenges to the European Union. Very interesting.
Following this was the compulsory nap, followed by tea and then no doubt another late night drinking ...
... the not large but vertically committed hill upon which the ancient castle was built. We were unable to locate the road where upon we might have achieved this objective so we returned to the car, stopping only to eat sweet, fat cherries hanging invitingly from a tree along the way.
Having been scuppered in our attempt to exercise our legs we went directly to lunch and after eating we fed the fish outside who were frantic in their individual efforts to ...
... the Altes Rathaus, the city hall that overlooks the river. We stopped by the Rose Garden, but none of the flowers had bloomed. Fortunately the far side of the garden offered a great view overlooking much of the city.
We then decided to go on a river tour. When we left the Rose Garden, we walked for about 15 minutes to the main downtown area to board the boat. We got seats on the ...