Hotel Am Josephsplatz
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... to expect, but as always, I love the unknown. I look forward to being surprised (hopefully, in a positive way). So, I'll be moving to Amsterdam in February and right now I am reaaaally struggling to find a place to live (turns out, A'dam isn't that friendly with this regard). But I'll stay positive, sure something will come up!! I already got a glimpse of the city last summer when ...
... There are over 9 breweries in the town itself and 80 in the district. Bamberg has the highest consumption of bier per capita in the world.
Back on the ship we had a late lunch and enjoyed a lazy afternoon while we cruised on to Wurzburg into the afternoon and overnight.
Food as always is spectacular and tastes just as good (see photos). Food and its service is of a quality we have not come across before. It will be hard to go back to 'Lean Cuisines' back ...
CRUISING DAY - Main Danube Canal / Continental Divide / Nuremberg
We cruised today along the Main (pronounced Mine) -Danube Canal linking the North Sea to the Black Sea crossing the European watershed. The canal links the Danube to the Rhine waterways and was made in the 1990's. Sixteen locks along the way are lowering us now almost 25m at a time. It's -1 degrees outside and the land ...
... small group of people. If you wanted to eat at this restaurant you had to squeeze in! It was a lot of fun and a German woman that we were sharing our table with struck up a conversation about accent differences in the US and Germany. I had a trout that was baked in horseradish butter with potatoes and Jonathan had a pork flank steak with mushroom sauce and frites. We both of course had half liter beers. It was probably the best, and ...
Since we have been over here we've seen a few things that we wish the U.S. would take on board a little bit more in terms of being environmentally friendly and sustainable. Now, this isn't to say that the U.S. does everything wrong and Europe does everything right. All countries have vast room for improvement. It does, however, seem like they take the small changes a bit more seriously over here. Here's what we've seen: At every market we've been to so ...