Gasthof Goldener Lowe
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... by her son and niece, who run the place now. She holds forth behind a desk on the lower level, where she regaled us with tracking every major river and many highways of the United States. It turns out she spent parts of 21 years following her husband, who worked on dams, around the U.S. She eventually bought a motor home that she would leave with friends when she returned to Germany and the shop that she got from her mother; she said she ...
This morning we were treated to a talk on the rise and fall of communism and how it pertains to Germany. Our very informed and often funny cruise director can make anything fun and interesting. Bamberg is another town that got its start in the Middle Ages . Now hustling and bustling with a ...
... delivering the bread and helping in the bakery.
We had a beautiful ceremony and buried some of his ashes in his parents burial spot at the church behind the house where he grew up. It was a highly emotional day and we gathered as a family in the tavern of the gasthaus to enjoy many friestadter beers to celebrate the life of Grandpa ...
Woke 7:15am. Thick fog. Temperature 24. After breakfast had a small church service by Baptist Minister Graham Goninon who is doing the cruise. For those in Canberra he knows the Stafferton's as he is from Tassie. Relaxed on board this morning as we sailed towards Bamberg. By midday the fog had burt off. There were even some water skiers on the river today ...
Ok, so here is the thing. If I don't blog one night, it is probably because there was a great deal of alcohol involved. Not so much that I can't get back to my cabin, but enough that the typing could be very interesting. Yesterday we were in Wurzburg, and had a tour of the Bishop's Palace. An extremely ornate building, where photos were not allowed (this is where Google comes in). The palace was bombed at the end of WWII and ...