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  • Chilling Out inThe Black ForestAfter a month of travelling throughout northern Europe with hardly a cloud in the sky, we are taking a few days break over the border in Germany. The sun is having a few days off as well… [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/171352/large_P1010135.JPG Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Oct 23, 2023
  • Germand land Germany land tour Oct 3 2023- Monday Oct 9 Germany Land portion with 16 people. We hit the jackpot with our guide Jureg Gilgen from Basil Switzerland. He was the best guide. He gave us a bag of local treats and chocolate and a shot glass for schnapps Posted by Cindygad in Exploring new and old places | Oct 22, 2023
  • A foggy day on the RhineWe woke up to fog this morning. We hoped it would burn off before we headed up to this area on top of the hill where there are hiking trails through a forest. No such luck but we made the Posted by Matraciaa in Germany/Austria | Oct 20, 2023
  • We made it over the RhineWe woke to a beautiful sunrise. Our room didn’t face east so we took a walk before breakfast. We packed up and drove to our final destination in Germany, Rüdesheim am Rhine. The cool part wa Posted by Matraciaa in Germany/Austria | Oct 19, 2023
  • Sucky weatherSo our luck ran out on the weather, we woke up to 40 degrees and rain. We actually had to wear pants instead of shorts. Oh the horror! We did go for a nice drive exploring the countryside. Posted by Matraciaa in Germany/Austria | Oct 15, 2023
  • A day at the castle We are in Bavaria, right on the edge of the Black Forest. So when choosing where to stay, we of course, picked a castle. Schloss Hurbel was original built in 1521. It has undergone many renovations, the Posted by Matraciaa in Germany/Austria | Oct 15, 2023
  • Heading out to the countryside The departure of Billy and Dan also included the departure of the parent’s car. So it was off to Munich to pick up a rental. We were taking a train to Munich. The Salzburg train station was a Posted by Matraciaa in Germany/Austria | Oct 14, 2023
  • Amadeus river cruise and post cruise GermanyAmadeus River Cruise 2023 and a week post-Cruise [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/690915/IMG_97 Posted by Cindygad in Exploring new and old places | Oct 13, 2023
  • Rainy Day in BambergIt was a rainy day in Bamberg but we didn’t let that stop us from exploring the city. After a great breakfast at the hotel restaurant, it was off, umbrellas in hand. We had no direction in mi Posted by Matraciaa in Germany/Austria | Oct 10, 2023
  • Day 11: Passau, GermanyOur visit to Passau was divided into two parts. The first part was a walking tour of the city with our objective being St. Stephen's Cathedral. The second part of our journey was a bicycle tour of the countryside Posted by Argenti Travel in Viking European Sojourn | Oct 9, 2023
  • On to BambergWe said a tearful goodbye to Billy’s parents, they are such wonderful people. After another amazing breakfast, it was off to Bamberg. It was a nice, easy 4 hour drive south to a region called Franconia. Bamberg is a very Posted by Matraciaa in Germany/Austria | Oct 8, 2023
  • Day 10: Regensburg, GermanyWe left Passau fairly early and had to backtrack roughly an hour to reach the town of Regensberg. The drive along the way was beautiful with rolling hills and small villages spotting the countryside. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.co Posted by Argenti Travel in Viking European Sojourn | Oct 8, 2023
  • Exploring Bielefeld A great way to start the day is a 45 minute walk to get fresh bakery items. After a great German breakfast, we headed to the hobby market. This is a combo true farmers market and flea market. [ Posted by Matraciaa in Germany/Austria | Oct 8, 2023
  • Day 9: Nurenberg, GermanyOverview of day: Today was our transition day, the day that we switched places with fellow passengers on the Viking Vidar. This meant that all of our luggage had to be out of our stateroom by 8:00 am Posted by Argenti Travel in Viking European Sojourn | Oct 7, 2023
  • The Pied Piper of Hameln We started the day off with the same 45 minute walk to the bakery and a wonderful German breakfast. Then it was off to the city of Hameln as in the Pied Piper of Hamelin. I always thought Posted by Matraciaa in Germany/Austria | Oct 6, 2023
  • Day One BielefeldWoke up ready to explorer Bielefeld, we took a 45 minute walk to a local bakery to get breakfast. We had to travel 4400 miles to find, wait for it, a buckeye tree. We thought breakfast would Posted by Matraciaa in Germany/Austria | Oct 6, 2023
  • Day 8: Bamberg, GermanyThe day's activities did not begin until the afternoon. As such, we started the day with a brief breakfast, followed by a glass blowing demonstration, lunch and packing up for tomorrow's transition. The ship docked at an industrial area Posted by Argenti Travel in Viking European Sojourn | Oct 5, 2023
  • Finally made it to GermanyAfter a minor hiccup, we have landed in Germany. We got on the plane in Cincinnati only to spend three hours at the gate because a transponder wasn’t working. Since it was the part that lets other planes Posted by Matraciaa in Germany/Austria | Oct 5, 2023
  • A friendly chat in Albania leads to a homestay in GermanyI go out for coffees this morning. We have coffee and breakfast with Gesa before she leaves. It’s been great catching up, and fun being tourists together. We say our goodbyes. Next time we hope to see Gesa in Australia! Posted by darrenhough1974 in Tandem Tales | Sep 24, 2023
  • Day 7: Rothenberg/Wurzburg, GermanyUp early this morning, this was a two-part, full day adventure. After an early breakfast, we headed off to the town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber. Apparently, there are a number of cities named Rothenburg so this one Posted by Argenti Travel in Viking European Sojourn | Oct 3, 2023
  • Dachau Concentration CampNo words can convey what we saw and felt... Posted by dmeirick in Dave & Jan Travels | Oct 3, 2023
  • Oktoberfest day 2The daytime visit was a bit more restrained than the evening visit, but still a blast! Visiting Dachau today, off to Prague tomorrow afternoon. D&J[img=https://photos.travellerspoint.c Posted by dmeirick in Dave & Jan Travels | Oct 3, 2023
  • Day 6: Miltenberg, GermanyThe morning was free as we traveled along the Middle Rhine on a warm beautiful Sunday. It was a good time to capture folks at leisure along the riverbanks. [img=https://photos. Posted by Argenti Travel in Viking European Sojourn | Oct 2, 2023
  • Oktoberfest is CRAZYWhat a day 1 in Germany. We got out and rented the Lederhosens and Drindls and got dressed up for a big night, Oktoberfest and the Paulaner Festzelt didn't disappoint! The Paulaner tent ( they are called tents but are Posted by dmeirick in Dave & Jan Travels | Oct 2, 2023
  • Day 5: Koblanz, Germany (Castles)We awoke early berthed at the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle rivers with the fortress Ehrenbreitstein directly across from the ship. This fortress was destroyed by Napoleon's troops but rebuilt by the Prussians. You can access Posted by Argenti Travel in Viking European Sojourn | Oct 1, 2023
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