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We’re sightseeing – even in a constant rain with chilly temps – in the Land of Ludwig, that’s “Mad” King Ludwig of Bavaria, who built three fantasy castles in the late 19th century which now attract millions of tourists per year. The government ministers got rid of Ludwig because he was spending the treasury dry. […]
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We visited medieval Nuernburg today on our way to our overnight stop in Lauf an der Pegnitz. Of course we had bratwurst for lunch! The town is famous for them, along with its long history of toy making plus being at one time the capital of the German Reich (long before Hitler appropriated the word) […]
Bus tours run you ragged with a planned schedule and a dawn to dusk itinerary which leaves zero time for spontaneous stops to take in the grandeur of the place you’re visiting. European Focus Tours are the opposite, allowing plenty of time for “doing your own thing,” even if that is stopping often to take […]
Just saw Art and Carol get on the plane home to New Jersey after an unforgettable two week adventure in Ireland.
Eat at “Out of the Blue” by all means, but beware, their tasty seafood chowder is expensive at 8.50 a bowl and it’s a small serving. Eat at Ashe’s Pub on Main Street for sure, but stay away from the awful Traditional Irish Stew. The lamb meat used is full of gristle and fat. Have […]