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CRUISING DAY - Main-Danube Canal / Bamberg
Plan B came into operation last night as the first lock out of Nuremberg was broken and we could not cruise ahead to Bamberg overnight as planned.
Instead we were bussed from Nuremberg to Bamberg, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983 this morning. We had a guided tour of the old city walking the streets in and around the River Regnitz which separates the old town and the new town enjoying the picture ...
We are very tuckered out on a busy Christmas Day, but here's the gist of what we did today. We took a little day trip to Bamberg, which is about 45 minutes by train north of Nürnberg. We didn't have much of a plan, so we walked around randomly, choosing streets based on how awesome and medieval they looked. We found St. Peter's Cathedral and happened to step in at about the halfway point of their Christmas mass. Our timing couldn't ...
... who when my meal was served wished me bon appetite, the waitress was lovely, another younger guy joined our table and they both started talking to me in German, to which I responded I don't speak german and the younger bloke was then asking me about my travels. It was just a pleasant meal, which is occasionally difficult when eating by yourself.
I went home to bed after dinner, the weather is suggesting it might snow tomorrow and I don't want to miss ...
... we get to Vienna to opt into the classical concert in town one evening.
I felt the cruise was expensive when we booked it. But as I've been thinking of all the things we've experienced so far, I'd say the money was well spent. It's truly a once in a lifetime experience and a great way to see this section of the world in luxury and only unpack once.
Really, the best thing for me to do is post some pictures, so here goes!
Legoland was only a 30 minute drive from Steppach and this was no 1 on Will’s list of places he was looking forward to on our trip. I should be getting the kids to write the events of this day….
Will says, "Just about every display at Legoland was made of lego. As soon as we got there it was very crowded. We had to wait in a long line tong line to get our tickets. As we entered we saw a miniature world of lego ...