Wurzburg was absolutely beautiful! Cobbled streets, Baroque and Rococo architecture all set against the stunning, vineyard-lined Main river valley- it really was romantic 🙂
We had dinner at an adorable restaurant located on one of the oldest bridges in Germany, dating back to Roman times. I had a delightful, bubbly white wine similar to prosecco that the waitress said came from the vineyard across the river. Adam had a cold, refreshing local brew. We shared the house-cured meats platter- liver wurst, blood sausage, salami, land jaeger, smoked ham, and cured ham with light rye bread, gherkins, mustard, horseradish, butter, and raw onion. It was all excellent. I loved the smoked ham and Adam preferred the land jaeger. So much for meatless Monday 😉
P.S. Gas was $8.51 per gallon today. OUCH!