If only we had known, every Wednesday during the summer there is an organ concert at noon at St. Peters Church—Regensberg’s fine Gothic cathedral. But alas, we did not. So we spent an hour unpacking our things and getting ready for our first light lunch on board. So at 1:30 PM we got off the Aria and went walking about the charming, medieval town admiring all the colorful buildings, the interesting architecture, many intriguing shops, and lovely churches.
OLD STONE BRIDGE
Commanding considerable attention and respect in Regensberg is the venerable “Old Stone Bridge” which we happily and serenely strolled across. It was built in the twelfth century (1250-1320) to cross the Danube. What a miracle that it still stands after all
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