We are still in Baden-Baden, the town so nice they had to name it twice. The town was the celebrity capital of Europe in the 1800’s. This is the Trinkhalle Spa. It was founded on the site of Roman baths.
Paintings adorn the outside of the building under the overhang.
Water from this fountain is hot – not so hot as to blister you, but you can’t leave your hand under it for very long. As the sign indicates, it is not drinkable.
A swiftly moving stream goes through the town.
We visited the Faberge Museum.
I took a photo of this chicken before I saw the sign forbidding photography. After a nasty look from one of the employees, I put the camera away.
A couple of model cars in the window of the high-end shop next door.
This is a Protestant Church in Baden-Baden.
We are back on the ship enjoying the passing scenery.
Churches and houses dot the shores of the river.
This is one of the massive Cathedrals in Mainz, once the seat of the Holy Roman Empire.
We went in as they were preparing for a service.
This little kid was checking out the proceedings.
Well, we’re tired. Let’s get back on the ship. Good night!