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This morning we wake up in Wurzburg. Wurzburg with a population of 130000 inhabitants is located in North Western Bavaria, Bavaria itself is divided into different regions and Wurzburg is located in the sub region known as Franconia. The highlight of Wurzburg is the so called "Residenz", built for the prince-bishops of the Schonborn family. This beautiful baroque palace is one of the largest in Germany. Our tour ...
... of how life was in those early days and gives perspective to our young nation of Australia just over 200 years old. After our visit we took a short bus drive to meet up with our ship at Freudenberg. Whilst on tour the ship left Miltenberg and docked at Freudenberg After dinner tonight we were entertained by a group called Pitchwork. Overnight we sail to Wurzburg and awake in the morning at this ...
After a 3 hour bus ride we spent the day in Rothenburg. It wasn't as cold as we thought it would be. A bit chilly but perfect. Saw the clock with he lame animatronics. Like a sucker, I stood there with my camera filming thinking we would see some thing like Pirates of the Caribbean. Not. Went to the criminal museum. Jeff thought it ...
... rivalry.' It could not afford to replace its old medeval heart with its half-timbered houses and so is stuck in time and is straight out of a fairy tale.
But did it rate as highly as Rothenberg?
Well it will be my interpretation if it does as Ros is feeling a little seedy today and is staying in the cabin while I do the guided walk around town with ...
... right to levy taxes and so they became very wealthy. Napoleon abolished trheir rule in 1803 with the crearion of the 'Kingdom of Bavaria'.
Didn't get to see Wurzburg much but went straight on a tour to Rothenburg in the Tauber Valley about an hours drive away and one of the most picturesque villages in Germany and certainly one of the most famous. Its completely surrounded by a wall and is full of charm (but to me ...