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... art work was hidden during the war. I recognized the spot from the movie, too. The men retrieved some famous pieces from this underground store room.
Speaking of underground, while we were touring the city, our guide told us there were lots of beer breweries right underneath us! These were used during the war, too...as bomb shelters. Nuremberg was bombed almost completely during the war, but only 6,000 died (a ...
... the staff is great. They're trained to please and are happy about doing so.
There have been two times now, where the ship cruised down river and met us away from the point where we disembarked. Both times, it was late. We had to wait at the dock for over 1/2 hour one day, but when they did arrive, the crew was on board holding signs "Welcome Back", some wearing Viking helmets! Just took the crankiness away :) These things are out of ...
Weather sunny and mild. We left Glattfelden at 930am to Schwabach. Experience the Autobahn in Germany with no speed limit, some cars went really fast, 180/200km. I sat at around 140 which is pretty fast! Traffic was good and we arrived at Schwabach about 3 pm. We stayed at the Holiday Inn Express which is just ...
... really tired today, having walked 15,500 steps yesterday in Bamburg. Barbara has a FitBit and is keeping track of our actions.
We are now traveling on the Rhine-Main-Danube Canal. It was under construction for 32 years and stretches 105 miles. It connects 14 European cities and can carry ships with a capacity of up to 3,500 metric tons and consists of 16 locks, the largest of which is 81 feet. It is 39 feet wide and our ship is 38 feet wide. It has been an interesting time so ...
... 1012, and remains the architectural and spiritual heart of the city. Both the emperor and his wife, Kunigunde,were buried in the cathedral, as was Pope Clement II. Heinrich also founded St. Michael's Abbey for the training of the clergy. Both are still standing and are considered superb examples of late-Romanesque architecture. Soon, Bamberg was the center of the Holy Roman Empire and bishops became princes of the land. But ...