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Travel Blogs from Bamberg
... really slowed things down. So the trip actually took about five and a half hours but we are so thrilled we did it. It was a very pretty drive and I still can't get over how green it all looks. Also can't get over the number of trucks on the road. Stopped at a way side stop for fuel and lunch - it was so, so busy and there must have been at least 30 trucks there. After we had found a ...
Like in a bike tour race, ever time it moves from one place to another, they call this a "stage".
So why not copy this procedure, sure I am not racing, but I move as well in stages, actually if everything goes to plan, in many more ,then the Tour de France .
In this case, today was Nr. 6, I moved from Nurnberg to Bayreuth , a 90 km ride, very much up and down, and again very hot temperatures. By the way, so far ...
... real starter.... Spezial Brau Brewery,
producing Rauchbier (smoke beer) since 1576.
Such an experience, with such a nice little
bar area, we were reluctant to leave (well, Andy at least)! But with so many
left, we got moving! A quick wander down the main street and we found a nice
little shoe shop... Emma making a quick purchase of shoess before heading on to
the Alt town. Only a little further down the road we found ...
... Duke he served, and the best preserved “dog” helmet (named because of its pointed mouthpiece like a snout) in Europe, dating from 1490. Hubby said it is the best and most complete collection he has ever seen and found it all fascinating.
The guns also had to be seen to be believed – intricately carved stocks, some inlaid with mother of pearl, some with ivory and others with contrasting ...
... is the burial place of Clemens ll, the only pope to be interred north of the Alps because he loved Bamberg so much. The church building is not at all ostentatious, but has some beautifully decorated altar screens, some dating back over 600 years.
It also has an unusual statue for inside a church – that of the Bamberg Horseman, a full-sized knight on horseback created around 1235 by an unknown craftsman and ...