Mercure Hotel Schweinfurt Maininsel
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Day 10: Today we set off for Wurzburg Germany. We were up and about early as we were leaving at 7:15am. The buffet breakfast at the Movenpick was delicious and then it was on to the bus for a fairly long days travel (about 6 hours). We passed through the border town of Arnhem until we reached Boppard, a quaint village on the Rhine Gorge. Along the way we noticed the countryside changing again with fairly thick forests and not as scenic as the previous day's . ...
... highlight of the tour was a walk along the town wall-built in the 14th century. We walked along the top of the wall and made it around almost the entire town. We finished the evening on the "night watchman tour", but we peeled off before it was over. The crowd was too big and we were going to the same places we had seen during the day. We walked back to our hotel (Hotel Bezold), climbed the wooden circular steps to our 3rd floor attic room, and drank the rest of our delicious local ...
... Basin toward the Rhine Gorge to a little village called Boppard. Boppard lies on the upper Middle Rhine, often known as the Rhine Gorge. A 17 km stretch of the Rhine forms the town’s eastern limit. Onto a river cruise along the Rhine River and from the boat you could view the many little villages, castles and lots and lots of vineyards - it is wine growing region after all. Also viewed the Lorely Rock, as well as the famous statue of Lorely, ...
We decided to do the medieval tour of Nuremberg. We started at the Imperial Castle and walked down through to the town square. Along the way we sampled Gingerbread (fun fact: Gingerbread does not contain ginger) which was delicious, we also sampled German sausage (does not contain German's) and another beer sampling (at 10am). Back to the ship for lunch, Gary off for a walk me a nap and blog ...
... tasting on board the ship the most famous being the smoked beer which tasted as if someone had left ham or bacon soaking in your drink - not for me thank you. The recipe is around 500 years old so it seems that some people must enjoy it. In our travels what amazes me about the buildings is the amount of detail that went into them, in particular the statues and ornate carvings on both the exterior and ...