Ramada Hotel Residenzschloss Bayreuth
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... our street to the town square, where we were released, to reconvene there in 6 hours, at 8 pm. We first walked a few blocks to St. Jacob's Church, which although built in Catholic times and style in the 14th and 15th centuries, was not stripped when the Reformation arrived in Rothenburg. Whether due to someone's foresight, or pride in what the city had built to honor their beliefs, this amazing Gothic church, with ornately carved wooden altar ...
This morning we were treated to a talk on the rise and fall of communism and how it pertains to Germany. Our very informed and often funny cruise director can make anything fun and interesting. Bamberg is another town that got its start in the Middle Ages . Now hustling and bustling with a ...
... that our family has baked since the late 1800s is still enjoyed all over upper Austria, and its specialty with using the herbs of the surrounding environment keep it cornering the market.
It was great to visit with family and hear stories of my grandfather in the place where he grew up. It was great to imagine him running through the ...
... people fishing. Enjoyed the sights of the city on yet another guided tour (lost out this time). Back on board tried some of the region’s finest brews including Bamberg’s renowned Smoked Beer. It was pretty good they put on a beer tasting on Father's Day. Noted: 1. Shops are closed on Sundays. How good is that. 2. A lot of Pubs and Brewery's in ...
... so we continued walking down the narrow cobbled streets. We walked to the edge of the city and over-looked the ravine. At about 2pm, we decided to walk on the Walled part of the city. Then we walked up into the tower to overlook. That was gorgeous. We also took a 30 min. walk through the Kathe Wohfahrt Christmas Store. It was filled with everything Christmas. The trees, nativity sets, everything German. We ...