|Budapest to Amsterdam|
|Low River Levels|
|Motor Coach to Bamberg|
After a brief stop along the way to refresh and get refreshments, the
After all the motor coach ride and wanting to get settled in, Dianne decided she would skip the afternoon tour of Bamberg and leave me on my own. We had lunch on board and Dianne headed off to unpack.
|The Rose Garden|
|Robin Hood in Open Air Theatre|
|The Rooftops of Bamberg|
|Fine Bamberg Smoke Flavored Beer|
|The Crew's Welcoming|
|The Bishop's Residenz|
We settled back into our routine of a cocktail, dinner and a night cap...with much conversation and introduction to the new crew as we departed for our next port of call, Wurzburg, Germany.
|Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site|
|Closer View of the Entrance|
|One of Many Churches|
|Another Wurzburg Church|
|View from the Old Bridge across the Main|
|"Blue" Letter Box|
In the evening, however, we did have a treat as a local artisan, a
glass artist, showed off his creative skills - while providing an informative, and often very humorous, commentary. His art would be available for purchase the next day as we headed for our next stop, the city of Wertheim.
|Beautiful Glass Bowl|
But that is for the next, and final, episode of this continuing blog on River Cruising in Europe. Amsterdam is getting closer...enjoy and comment if you care!