Local tourism seems to big business in Germany, with many and huge campervan parks.
Is it a tram? A train? Or a lightrail? I don't know.
Our local guide who was very informative and American born. I could have sworn he was............no, married.
Gratuitous photo of hot guy in Budapest I forgot to post at the appropriate time.
Low lying towns along the rivers have recently experienced many once in 100 year floods, so the locals are becoming a little sceptical after some successive once in 100 year floods. Along the rivers, flood barriers are being installed at vulnerable towns, usually as a concrete wall with pop up steel panels. Note the flood level markings on the house.
Things can look a little crooked in Europe at times.
The local water pump.
Which drained away to here, along with everything else in the unsewered town. Eventually a link was made between sickness, contaminated ground water, the pumping well and the drainage system.
I had no idea Germany was full of Catholics. I thought the Protestants would be the vast majority. Above the door is a date with some letters, put there each year before Christmas for 'good' Catholics.
If your beer making premises is too small in a historic town, there are ways and means around it.
More flood markings.
No reason to not utilise the town walls as part of your house. Opposite this house sat a very old woman embroidering in a doorway. She wanted to know where we all from, ah kangaroo and she understood. Two New Zealanders weren't having a bar of this and attempted to tell her where they were from. There was no light bulb moment at all.
While the Main River has been 'canalised', it has been carefully done with many backwaters such as this one.
Lads doing what lads do the world over.
The closest to Australian suburbia that I saw for the trip.
Mr Second in Charge scrubs up rather well.
This boat went through several locks with our boat.