Trash goes in the trash can, but recyclables are set nearby. Contrast that to our country.
High water marks on the base of the Alter Kranen, a crane built in 1772. The Main River can come way out of its banks.
After the sun burned through.
Just another of the reasons why we enjoyed Wurzburg so much the first time, that we had to come back. And it wasn’t because of this boat because we didn’t take this trip the the first time. It is because it is such a beautiful place and the people are wonderful.
Linda took flower photos while we waited to board the boat.
I took photos of Linda taking flower photos.
Cruising down the Main past the vineyards where our favorite wine grows. The harvest is over for the year, but the beauty of the vines is still there.
Selfie of the day. Hoodie Linda was nice and warm, four layers worth of warm.
Bird photo. Cormorant identification by Linda.
The fall colors are out.
After disembarking, we followed the crowd. Passing a table with this inlay, Linda wondered what it was for. I guess she also took a photo of it.
Summer residence of the Prince-Bishops. The Schloss was closed, but the real reason to be here was the gardens. At least that is what we read on the internet, so we know it had to be true.
The gardeners were busy changing out all the plants.
The bulbs and plants were on this cart. Curious Linda.
I never know what is going to show up when I download Linda’s photos.
Photo of the gardens.
Linda said I looked exactly like the statue in this photo. Wonder where she got that idea?
Later we walked into the small town and peeked inside this church. You don’t have to visit a cathedral to see a beautiful church.
Carving on the end a pew.
Ivy turning red.
Another Linda photo.
Life is good.
Very Good, indeed.
Back at our hotel relaxing in the early evening. A pretty girl and a glass of Silvaner. Happy Linda. Happy Bob.