Villa Geyerswoerth Hotel
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We had a great night's sleep and woke up to rain and cold (46 degrees). This is a pretty big deal for them as well...they are normally well into Spring. If you look at the map, it shows we were right on the boarder of the Swiss/Austrian Alps. When the low clouds lifted, the scenery was magnificent. After breakfast, we left for Bamberg. On our way …
Had a discussion not board about the European Union & it's history, challenges & chances, the legend started when a man loved a lovely lady "Europa" he changed himself into a friendly bull & finally managed to convince her to ride away with him...you can often see this symbol.
In 1952 there were 6 countries & over Te years several term joined up. Two countries remained independent, Norway which is 1 of the ...
Today woke at 7am and of course headed to breakfast. Then at 9:30am there was a presentation on the Main-Danube Canal followed by information about the World of Viking and a briefing on the next day's activities. Following this we had lunch and at the same time the ship docked in Zeil am Main. Then at 1:30 we went on our excursion into Bamberg. At this gime the ship sailed to Bamberg. The excursion lasted until 3pm then we had free time to explore the town on our own.
... has to have the local bratwurst roll, a pastry and cappuccino, we feel obliged to support local tourism.
After lunch we had an historian on board discussing for an hour the background and challenges to the European Union. Very interesting.
Following this was the compulsory nap, followed by tea and then no doubt another late night drinking ...
... portion which provided much enjoyment for the children.
Next stop theTeufelshoehle which is a large cave we were able to walk around in underground for some time examining the many stalignites and staligtites lit up with many LED effects. Followed by the Sommerrodelbahnen run which we all had a lot of fun on for several runs and followed that up with some ice cream of course.
Rudiger and Nayja had to leave us then....but not to be limited in ...