Hotel Am Josephsplatz
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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.
... not as successful as they hoped. Each lock takes abut 1/2 hour to go through. Pay €2/km & docking fee €500/night
After dinner we had a Bavarian beer experience & beer tasting. Had discussions on 4 distinctive beers, bit like a wine tasting, the Gutmann Weisse wheat beer was amazing, 3 different tastes from 1 bottle, depending whether the glass was poured first r last.
... when everyone met for lunch at Heilig -Geist- Spital where we enjoyed lunch consisting of soup, Sauerkraut and german sausage complimented with white wine.
Following lunch we are free time until 3pm when we had to meet the bus to transfer us to our new ship the Viking Magni where we would continue the remainder of our trip to Budapest.
The bus trip took 3 hours ...
And so we had arrived at our last day and obviously, being us, we were keen to leave no stone unturned in terms of seeing local sights.
We reported for duty at "The Benedict's" and were given GPS coordinates for our first objective. We loaded Hildrun in the car, who provided a audible guided tour of all things relevant to our the terrain across which we travelled, and set off. We arrived in the Pottenstein region and went for a walk with the intention to ...
... time. We caught the U-Bahn back to the hotel, collected our luggage from the car, and braved our way inside. The lobby was a little threadbare, but once we got to our room, all of our worries were left behind. This is the nicest room we've had so far (I still really like our little penthouse in the middle of nowhere, though). It's huge, recently renovated, smoke-free, quiet, and most important, clean! We will sleep well tonight. Tomorrow we head to Munich with a stop at ...