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Travel Blogs from Bamberg
Deb.garrett stayed here on Jul 9, 2013 during their trip titled: Debbie's 2013 Germany-Holland Adventure.
... Bamberg. It is about a kilometre
away. There is a big structure that you can go up with big slides. Tom and I
ran together playing ‘floors are lava’. We went across a platform what turns
sideways into a rock climbing wall. Then it turns into chains. You run across a
platform, jump across a rope, climb up the structure and then down the slides.
Bamberg is a wonderful place to visit. There is something for everyone adults and kids.
Had the opportunity to travel to Erlangen with a friend I met in Poland. She is studying in Erlangen for a year. Erlangen is about 20 minutes north of Nuremberg so it has a great smaller town feel while being next to a well known city. We didn't do to much in Erlangen. We had to go to a store to get breakfast and then visit a discount store to buy me ...
... for everyone to decorate their houses in the Baroque style and those who did were tax exempt. As a result, all of the buildings are elaborately decorated. A noteworthy comment about the Germans: everything they do is designed with simplicity and makes you say "why didn't we think of that?" As a result, there is so much less waste. For instance, you go to a drink stall or bar stall at these markets, you get your beer or spiced ...
Hi Everyone, We spent the afternoon on the ship watching the cold scenery go by...and comparing iPad apps with fellow travellers...yes many of us oldies are finding them fantastic for travelling ..so now have this Travel Pod app...hopefully it means that I can write a daily blog and you can all access it via the internet...without using Facebook...if ...