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WEATHER.............. Breakfast,Lunch and Dinner is provided. Wee see the Verdant hills and rich vineyards sit on the fringe of WURZBURG,while the Main River is a prominent feature of this stunning city. The architectural beauty that further defines WURZBURG is on show as we visit WURZBURG Residence,a palace with its incredible grand staircase,chapel and grand salon. We walk ...
... Drawn Tram service that began operating in 1886. We then had lunch at the Local Hotel before heading home after a full day.
Chris and I went into Adelaide on the train which I managed well. Loved all the inner city facades of the old buildings and visited the attractions of Parliament house Museums Gardens etc. We loved the vibrancy of the city yet it has a community feel. The arcades offer a view of ...
... It was quiet at 12.30 but full when by 2pm. We had an excellent meal (the Aussies seem to have reinvented Nouvelle Cuisine but with Aussie portions. We have been generally very impressed with the cooking, the bakeries have new twists on cakes and even the simple burger/chips meals have a difference of some kind – very imaginative and well priced) but only one glass of their wine between us. (There’s a lot of German names, but in the war years many places were forcibly ...
... some as-semblance of order in our brains, It feels like I have reached my maximum storage capacity and the RAM is now like my useless iPad . We are both looking forward to seeing our own house again plus family and of course Josh. In fact he will do his normal trick of ignoring us for a couple of days as punishment ...
... River Irwell. Late in the afternoon I went to the Museum of Science & Industry, which is near where I was staying. It is an excellent museum, with aircraft on display in one building & various displays in the other buildings, including spinning & weaving machines that show how wool was made into cloth. The textile industry was very important during the Industrial Revolution in Manchester. The museum is built on the site of the first ...