This is my final post on Bamberg.
I would apologize for the many many photos,
but, i'm saving that for when it comes time to post about Prague.
I may have taken 1000 photos in three days.
Michealsburg Abbey was built in the late 12th century,
and can be seen from almost anywhere in Bamberg.
I hiked up to this massive structure a few times-
the views overlooking the city were pretty incredible.
And finally, the cathedral.
Founded in 1004, this cathedral holds the tombs of Henry II and Pope Clement II.
I did not go inside,
mostly because I couldn't figure out where the entrance was,
and also because I am usually more interested in the outside of a structure than the inside.
The favorite part about Bamberg was all the old Medieval buildings and the hike up to Atenberg Castle.
Also, their famous beer,
known as Rauchbier,
or, smoked beer.
It tasted a little like bacon.
I also had my first real hostel experience in Bamberg,
and let me tell you, I am not a fan-
at least of this particular hostel.
I learned quickly that I need to invest in a pair of good ear plugs.
If you are interested in visiting this charming little city,
it is just a 2-3 hour train ride north of Munich.