After I checked-in the hotel, I went out to the town. It was Sunday, most stores were closed and it was too hard even to buy a bottle of water. It seems we can't do shopping anytime of the day, unlike Japan.
I finally found a restaurant and I went for lunch. It was lunch time hour, so the restaurant was very busy with people drinking beer.
I ordered today's lunch special. It was a duck served with big bowl of sweet pickled cabbage and big potato dumplings. I inadvertently ordered similar dish as dinner I had eaten a few days ago!
Today's first beer was "Distelhaeuser". It is German brewed beer but I wasn't sure about it, because it is also a local beer and it doesn't have a website in English.
The funny thing was that SUDOKU, a kind of logic-based placement puzzle, was printed at the back of its coaster. It was a good idea to do the puzzle over drinks. It seemed it was too hard for me to finish a puzzle while drinking beer!
As I had said, most stores were closed and I had nothing to do. So after lunch, I walked around the town till night.
Fortress Marienberg with Old Main Bridge in the front
In this photo, I am facing west. The Fortress Marienberg is the most popular tourist spot in Wuerzburg. The beautiful castle stands on the hilltop across the Old Main Bridge, overlooking the whole town area.
St. Kilian on the Old Main Bridge with Fortress Marienberg at the back. The stone statue has interesting carvings.
In this photo I am standing on the Old Main Bridge and I am facing east, looking towards the town center. The Old Bridge is the londmark of Wuerzburg and it is also famous for its beautiful architecture to tourists. There were nice cafes at both ends of the bridge.
Alter Ladekran(Old Crane) on the waterfront is another landmark of Wuerzburg. The crane was built in order to transfer goods from ships to the land.
"Pretzel(German bread)" and a packed Sushi box were my dinner. It was a strange combination.