Resort Die Wutzschleife
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at the Spittel Beergarten restaurant. Everyone had their dogs with them inside. None of the serving people spoke English. We pointed at the menu and each couple got a plate with sauerkraut and four sausages and one roll. It was perfect. She read our minds. The guys all had a Spittel beer and the girls had sparking water. A real Bavarian lunch. We walked back to the parking area and got back on our busses. Headed down the road to ...
... bustling shopping district. Today is market day with stalls selling all kinds of merchandise filling the Market Square, We return to our ship at 12.30pm to be treated to some famous gingerbread. The fame and tradition of Nuremberg gingerbread is mainly due to the city's favourable position along the ancient trading and spice routes. Our lunch today is a special Bavarian lunch of salads, pork, and sausages. At 12.45pm MS Amaverde sails out to ...
CRUISING DAY - Regensburg The day began with a relaxing morning cruising on the Danube through several locks to Regensburg, located directly on the Danube in Bavaria in the SE of Germany. We participated in a Fruhshoppen - a Bavarian sausage and bier morning tea (see photo) on board today followed only an hour later by a Bavarian lunch of more sausages, cold meats, sauerkraut and salad. As we ...
... and Austrian markets were similar. The Gluwein was a little different tasting, not quite as sweet.
The weather was the same from Innsbruck on. No sun, which has been ******* us prairie people. The sky is grey, not really any rain but just a dull sky and between +2 and +6 but most importantly for driving on the Autobahns, NO SNOW.
We were really glad we had made the stop.
... were left oh well at least we got to try a couple.
All excitement aboard cause we were passing the Walhalla (Greek Temple built by King Ludwig 1) that was short lived because the fog prevented us from even seeing a little peek of the temple :(.
After lunch we arrive in Regensburg then set off for a guided city walk. We walked along the Danube to a 12 century stone bridge but it is covered by scaffolding being restored, ...