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... cruises up, walked through the town up the hill towards the old town hall, amazing art work on the wall even has a foot sticking out, up to the cathedral, a Gothic style building on to the new residence & a lovely rose garden, down the hill again & free time, went for a beer, stopping at one of the 9 breweries in town, shopping, back to the boat. Sailed earlier than the plan so here's hoping we will be back on schedule soon.
... part was built around an older cathedral, that was destroyed during fire, in 1273 while the west part was built in 1574 up to the middle small tower, then completed in 1872, you can see different styles & different limestone & green sand stone. The front facade has the right side 50 years older than the left side.
Then grabbed a beer & an included snack at the Historische Wurstküche ...
Today we arrived at Nuremburg after spending the morning cruising through the Main-Danube Canal. This engineering marvel stretches 106 miles from Bamberg on the Main River to Kelheim on the Danube River. Begun as Charlemagne's dream in 793, it was completed in 1992 with 16 locks that raise the water to 1332 feet. Connecting the Main and Danube River today it enables ...
... portion which provided much enjoyment for the children.
Next stop theTeufelshoehle which is a large cave we were able to walk around in underground for some time examining the many stalignites and staligtites lit up with many LED effects. Followed by the Sommerrodelbahnen run which we all had a lot of fun on for several runs and followed that up with some ice cream of course.
Rudiger and Nayja had to leave us then....but not to be limited in ...
The weeks are definitely the hardest part about being here. The center staff is hard to work with, the kids have difficult behaviors, and all around it is just hard. I was also working a split shift from 5:30am-9:30am and 1:30pm-5:30pm which was exhausting. Thankfully, that has changed- I have now been working 7am-4pm, which had been much better! I work at SAC- School Age Center, so I go at 7am and walk them to school, and then we pick them up again at 2:30. So in between there ...