Post Hotel Wuerzburg
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Snow in October! It was snowing in the hills when we got up in Wertheim, Bavaria, and later in the morning, the snow dropped down right to river level. We saw cars covered with about 5 cm. of snow, though it wasn't staying on the ground where we were. The morning was spent at a variety of activities, which we had chosen yesterday. Some of the options were pretzel making, visiting a monastery, a vineyard or a farm. I had decided to go to learn to make ...
... for the first time needed our gloves. David and I went into a cafe for hot chocolate and a pastry which helped us to warm up. I also did some shopping in a couple of the Christmas stores and added a few more items to fit into my suitcase.
This evening, following dinner, we enjoyed a zither concert by one of the few professional zither players in the world. I don't think I had ever seen the zither played before, and it was a really excellent ...
... same era below on the river bank. Of course the scene would not be complete without the obligatory church and as a bonus an old stone bridge tossed in for good measure. Eating breakfast with this as a backdrop sure is one of the highlights of the cruise. Certainly a contrast to Santorini but just as impressive.
We considered doing our own thing in Wurzburg as we had the optional tour booked for the afternoon, but changed our mind and jumped on board the ...
After docking this morning, took a short bus ride to the Wurzburg Residenz, home of the prince-bishops in the 18th century--lots of ornate detail and compared to the Palace of Versailles in France. The Residenz is known for having The largest staircase enclosed in a room with gorgeous paintings on the ceiling depicting the continents except Australia since it had not been discovered at this time. One room had walls of painted mirrors ...
Honestly, finding a way to start this a challenge and a half. Out of Africa for nearly a week and already I've been hit by such an incredible change of scenery, lifestyle and new set of activites.
Boarding the train in London I looked out through the cold fog over the rooftops of small brick homes and had a hard time not feeling like Harry Potter. Then as I passed major stations and vast crowds I had the picture of Jason Bourne or James Bond ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking