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... had his cigar. I think the rest helped. It's just the fatigue...who knows...maybe I'm just worn out...more sleep tonight and then another busy day tomorrow??!!
All the locks are downhill now until ...
Once during the cruise we get to eat in a small specialty restaurant on board. It has Italian style food and is called Portabello's. It only seat 25 and was a unique experience. Have a look at the menu and some pictures of the plated food.
it will be tough to go back to the real ...
On Tuesday we had the opportunity to tour the town of Bamberg. While Nuremberg was 90% destroyed during the war, Bamberg was never hit. Beautiful old downtown area with walking streets etc. There was a beautiful baroque cathedral that was completely changed during an that was called the "Purification" when they removed any paintings, took all color off of everything. In the pictures you will see the difference from the church at ...
... in the Franconian Region of Bavaria, and is often called the Franconian Rome, and it is a UNESCO World Heritage site. We toured the town and visited a brewery to sample some of the beers.
Bamberg was also the home of Willy Messerschmidt, the German aircraft designer who designed the Messerschmidt aircraft from WWII. During our tours of both Austria and Germany we have been shown and told about the impact and destruction ...
... it was being made in some volume it was not made with yeast and only had an alcoholic content of 1-2%. Beer in the 12th century was brewed by the Monks along with making wine, and it was drunk in large quantities (up to 2L per day per person) as the water quality was not good at that time. It also had a lot of nutrition in it so the poor people drank it in some quantity. Eventually yeast was added and things changed a bit.