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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 ...
... various brews.
Being a non beer drinker, sampled coffee, Radler (shandy), soft drink and white wine, (prosecco not usually available), covered the lot. The shandy wasn't too bad, but would have been better had it had a couple of fresh limes squeezed into it. Thought that that was a request too far.
Donor kebab for lunch before hitting the breweries on the east side of the ...
Collected the self guided tour we'd booked the previous day and into the city. Followed the instructions carefully, with only a couple of deviations. The trouble with this type of tour, is that you are expected to remember all the detail. We tried.
Excerpts from my brain, in no particular order:
The town hall was built in the middle of the river on a sandbank (reinforced), as the controlling bishops wouldn't allow any land to ...
... sorry Bamberg. There are so many well behaved dogs around that you will be seeing the odd dog photo. The one attached here was an old dog that the lady put in a comfy bag and had it attached to a trolley. The dog apparently loved outings but couldn't walk far, so very very cute! I had to take a picture of the raspberries as John and I are eating a container full everyday! Absolutely delish. Lisa we just had to take a picture of the ...
... doubt that this is a person of dignity and rank. Speculation continues.
Unable to access the crypts, peered through the windows instead at a lower chapel.
The tomb of Emperor Henry II and his beloved wife Konigunde lies before the east Apse. Henry is credited with being the founder of the cathedral. It took 14 years to carve the covering slab and side ...