It's beginning to look like a winter wonderland as we cruise the Danube.
Now everything in sight is covered with snow!
It just keeps getting more spectacular.
We're entering into a lock.
It's actually still autumn - there's some autumn color aroundl
Here's a barge waiting to go down river.
This is another one of mad King Ludwig's follies. The Greek Temple.
A church and castle ruins. We're getting closer to Regensburg. But we have to have lunch first.
The guides are here and we're going off on our walking tour of Regensburg soon.
Look, I found some roses in the snow!
Part of some historical waterfront buildings.
Window detail - see the bricks filling up a bigger opening..
The sign is warning us not to walk on these cobblestones in snow....
More frozen berries...
There's Tim with the blue lollipop. He got rather long winded at times. The Travel Insider group was always the "blue" group on the Amalegro excursions.
The graffiti in all the cities fascinated me. This was particularly well done.
This is the old stone bridge that goes back to medieval days. The Amalegro can't cruse under it - we had to go backwards and join the Danube canal when we left later that evening.
Looks like a cold ride on those bikes today.
This is part of the Roman ruins in Regensburg.
A complete Roman arch that's still standing.
We're walking around the old town.
Oskar Schindler lived here right after WWII.
Isn't this balcony fabulous?
Graffiti on the door of the Historical Corner Restaurant.
Regensburg still has several Italian style towers from the middle ages that were built by the wealthy merchants and aristocracy.
It's 10:10 in the morning according to the City Hall clock.
This is Don Juan - not the famous one - this is a Hapsburg who lived here and did something good for Regensburg. I can't remember any more, Tim droned on and on....
Santa decorations are popular.
Juliet balcony and a Christmas tree.
Another Italiante tower.
This is part of the building.
Those Santas are really getting around.
This is the courtyard of a medieval merchants quarters. It held all the goods and could be guarded easily and locked up at night. It's now dorms for University students.
And yet another Italiante tower!
Out shopping on Friday morning.
I loved this fancy nativity scene in a store's window.
The local cathedral. At this point, I don't care what it's name is...
Another pretty sight.
The hat shop has fun windows.
In the cathedral.
The main altar.
A nice side altar.