Hotel Am Josephsplatz
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... in the town and then a coach ride to the ship down river. So, we stayed on board. It was a good thing because I slept most of the afternoon. The weather was beautiful. We sat outside and watched a few ...
... his shoulders.
He is famous in math class-rooms for his use of geometrical shapes and mysterious magic squares. He is a mathematician's artist. And many school students have been presented with his Melancholia in the erroneous belief that it would make them drool with fascination and finally see that math really is fun. Yeah, right... Melancholia is a suitably arcane way of saying dull, boring and depressing.
Every math teacher who has ever visited ...
... a glass roof, and the guide said there would be no way it could be built to hold its weight It is now a museum with the history of the war and Hitler and Nuremberg's connection Nuremberg was not thrilled to have these buildings when the war was over, as a reminder of the war and that Hitler chose their city but it was too costly to tear them down. The US used the buildings for many years after the ...
... they brought in three locals to do a beer tasting. A very nice presentation and we tried a lager, Pilsner, smoked beer and wheat beer. We are getting the full Bavarian experience.
Now as we depart Bamberg there are several changes. We are leaving beer country and now entering wine country. We have also departed the canal system and are on the Main River. We are starting to see vineyards on our way to Wurzberg, our next ...
... known as the Christmas Market but it did mean that there were plenty of additional shopping opportunities and sausage stands for us to take advantage of! This does however mean that we have not seen the market place without any market recently so we will have to have a fourth trip. The old town area, much destroyed in WW2 and since rebuilt, has a nice feel about it and the blending of new and old has been done fairly well. It is well worth putting at least a day to one side ...