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... my friend Mirela did a roadtrip and ended up there for two days, which definetly wasn't enough. Can't wait to explore more of the beautiful country and hopefully, of the places around it. Anywayyys... until that happens, I gotta take care of a few little ''small'' things and try to keep my excitement to a moderate level.
AMSTERDAAAM! here I come!!!!
CRUISING DAY - Main-Danube Canal / Bamberg
Plan B came into operation last night as the first lock out of Nuremberg was broken and we could not cruise ahead to Bamberg overnight as planned.
Instead we were bussed from Nuremberg to Bamberg, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983 this morning. We had a guided tour of the old city walking the streets in and around the River Regnitz which separates the old town and the new town enjoying the picture ...
... falling (photo). After lunch we took the WW2 tour seeing Hitler's Nazi Party Rally Grounds and Room 600 where trials against Nazi officials convicted of crimes against humanity were conducted. Most of Nuremberg's old city buildings were destroyed by bombs during the war. We finished the tour with Gingerbread and Coffee in a Bier Hall in the city. Ros bought some Christmas tree decorations Ina souvenir shop ...
... of our lives. I was brought almost to tears. As mass ended we had the opportunity to go up the middle section of the church where the choir, band and organist were. I posted the video of the organists final song (a small part of it). Absolutely beautiful! We continued to walk around after mass toward two spires we saw in the distance. It was St. Michael's church. Even though we couldn't go inside we were allowed to walk the path around ...
... than people! How great is that! Plastic grocery bags seem almost non existent here. Everyone brings their own reusable bags to the store. And, if they don't, they get to pay for a bag. There seems to be a lot of resistance to this concert in certain parts of the U.S., especially where we live in Texas. Reusable bags are sturdier, easier to carry, hurt you hands less, AND don't require us to put millions of pounds of plastic in landfills every year. Win, win, ...