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a swiss like me just like this in the 50 nations 50 story. and 52 very personal tips on berlin's very fast food food. food. everywhere on g.w. . this time i'm visiting up a franconia in german funk in all those very very landscapes castles fortresses and historic towns characterize the area we mustn't forget the friends themselves with their coziness and especially their fear. my 1st stop is
fish he also called the franks. a short climb up to the top and frank only on the ice at my feet. below me is bunched up to. the buns nabby conference center and the fuzzy because if it's in hiding in. the 14 holy hell purse. overflying is known as a region given to pleasure per capita there are more butchers pastry shops and breweries here than anywhere else in the world that's why franco new cuisine and the beer are all my agenda today i'll also be visiting by a boy back and cool book and here's what's also on today's show.
music and celebrities we show you why the buy you boys fist of all is so special. our viewer video takes us to mexico. and we follow musician jason weaves to his favorite places in austin texas. schoolbook is one of its largest cities more than 41000 people live here 1st we'll take a short stroll through the city to the markets where one of the most beautiful squares in the various. services. on top of the historic town hall you can see st regis the patron saint of who book . the people here call the saint their
god was the man because the length of the thick innocence should be the same as the famous who was robbed forced but if i take a look at it i don't see any similarities to you. we continue on to even book for a long time cool book was one of the capitals of the duchy of sex a cool book and cool to the city was a meeting place of the european aristocracy the british royal family also has its roots here. even though palace was the city residents of the dukes and on top of this hill you'll find their castle fortress one of the largest and best preserved fortifications in germany. coburg fortress its majestically almost 200 meters about the town defensive walls.
anand's and i endorse made a fortified castle impregnable. it survived all sorts of attacks and fires and still evokes the atmosphere of the late and renee some serious. the beginnings of today's complex date back to the 13th century the council's heyday came 300 years later. in the 19th century the jukes of coworkers established an important task collection in the castle. it includes a large armory. and a collection of carriages and slaves. the nearly 2000 historical glasses are especially impressive.
you can also view the rooms where the jukes and their staff lived for instance the private tutors room and the smoking lounge. the hunting room with its inlaid wooden panels is spectacular. on the auto you'll find traces of 2 important men one was a gifted painter court artist lucas khan ash the elder because a house is more than 40 of his paintings. the other man had a masterly way with words protestant reformer martin luther king 1530 he spent 5 months in the council. cowpoke fortress is poppy. and he called the crown
a franconia its nickname is no coincidence windy visible from afar it dominates the region so a visit to the castle is worthwhile not only because of its many art treasures but also for the view it. is. a big topic is that here the region has the highest brewery density in the world the 1000000 inhabitants have about 200 breweries and more than 1000 different beers to choose from many circular walks leak from your tap superior to a system for economy in switzerland the breweries are especially close to each other in the communities even mentioned in the guinness book of world records the circular rolls here is 14 kilometers long takes about 4 hours and connects 4 breweries. found.
the 1st stage leads to the start up brewery. they have dark beer. but if it fits in with things in general i prefer light but this stark one is really delicious. breweries hikers pass you get a stamp in it for every brewery you visit and when you have all 4 stamps you get a certificate as a franconian honorary beer drinker here's our stamp to start with. but. with the hiking past i continue to the coffee boy. and brewery so each period tastes different from sweet to smoky to tart they've got everything a lot. in the brewery restaurant i meet your queen christina
i have a few questions but 1st of all we order a beer and something to eat. thank you. and i'd like an off the donkey and roast put together with it and. i'll have the 2. while we wait for our meal you can take a look at the surroundings this is located in what's known as franconian switzerland and there you'll find case castle ruins and bizarre rock formations. franconian switzerland picturesque river violence alternates with woodlands and limestone cracks. going to villages national in the countryside like this one. in the portlock valley.
the bizarre rock formations are especially popular with climbers. but there are also lots. trials for hikers go up and down hill through sinkholes and pass council rooms. there's a mysterious place hidden in the forest here possibly a pre-christian cult site. regularly gives guided tours of the natural wonders in franconian switzerland. wasn't that though we had a high in the druids grove these are basically a labyrinth of rocks. and was probably a ritually a cave system. interesting for you now there's no roof to the cave anymore so you can see all the rocks and it's definitely quite a rarity. office with
a gun safe in itself. just. as they have almost this was a cia during the late jurassic period and that's where the name franconian giora comes from this feeling that there was many 1000000 years ago and these layers of limestone were deposited in the sea oh says i to discuss how the rocks originated. and it's just those rocks that take the region its name because it reminded people of a swiss alpine landscape crags valley is caves and small hamlets is of switzerland in germany but franconian in character. are going to. another beer. bag served in the morning cut back of
what is this beer via playing god and don't wind up drinking. from the alphabet of riverina which is a 6th generation family run business one i love this. one this is light and color in the glass and glass and it's lovely delicate creamy head it's really a treat. we should try it out so absolutely i'm all for the war. just. like. i'm sure people who would agree. how would you describe recording in cuisine so it would have frog a good question franconian cuisine is hearty as it is so its goal is includes me then dumplings are served to accompany it. often it's actually cooked to have been sourced because like this one sport this is. what we often each find
a partner. pork roast is also a hearty dish that lines your stomach for the next beer because you're the beer creme what's your actual job day in day out talking that's critical has been missed i'm not a big queen 24 hours a day actually i'm a full time teacher absolution after school is over and at weekends and during school holidays finished i travel through my realm is be a queen. and now throughout germany to raise the region's profile and spread the word about its high quality beer and. indeed it in the last i have already had a bureau to aid you as an expert might have a tip on how to not get too confused if you know what i mean. as a risk assessment it is important to line your stomach eyes with a dish like so apparently. there's a saying that you shouldn't drink beer before 4 pm but that doesn't apply it with
one can often go to the have their people off and drink beer at morning get togethers. but you don't want to drink on an empty stomach. if i know l.d.s. an event where i have to drink several beers and often i think water in between to thin out the alcohol. from the networks well. it was to put on and or undone top to. thanks and before i forget if i've got my hiking past and there's still a stamp missing i don't think if you get that for me. you've connected to list them what's missing in the a certificate is this right you know you lost a typically a friend kenyon. congratulations for what an altered the i get my pleasure this certificate makes a great mental but even better is a vacation video and that's what moved me from konstanz has sent us he's been to mexico thank you vish here's your video.
back in front i go to bomb barrack i have booked a city to a. production yard most god has a hello and welcome to bangor into our guided tour bumbag is a town with more than 1000 years of history and it became a unesco world heritage site 25 years ago school on this stuff is simply coming to the cathedral with me now. so this is we're now in bumbag cathedral the 1st cathedral here was commissioned in 1004 by the emperor haile and his wife connie go into who were later canonized. what's here now is the 3rd cathedral from the 13th century it was billed as
a pilgrimage church rather than the parish church so the focus is on the tomb of the saints. so of us what you see here is the only marble piece in the church on the lid are the recumbent figures of the 2 saints. on its side are legends surrounding the imperial couple of oxen's and. the cathedral is especially famous for this figure. so when sit down here from here you have a lovely view of the back horseman what was so unusual about it well 1st it was the 1st life size statue since antiquity if the writer were standing up he'd be about my size one meter 65 and about the average height for his time as i'm outside has on. whom he represents remains a mystery. bombeck was billed as a center of ecclesiastical power built like rome on 7 hills the city is therefore
also called for. the cathedral square was the political heart of come back to this day there are magnificent buildings such as the idaho and the noir is the difference. down in the valley the citizens settled in today city center so mission it's here and now we're at the own town hall we've just come from the cathedral and episcopal town district and when we cross the river we'll be in the middle class island distractions the town hall was meant to link both parts of the town and that's why they built it in the middle of the river. and then 1st of all just giving bum back another landmark. as you know you can send us your travel videos but we also love to visit you and this time we met the musician jason wins in texas he shows us his favorite places in his hometown austin . go go go you're lonely star you shine go go go
don't look back now we got this go go go you're lonely star yes. hey all welcome to austin texas i'm jason williams a singer songwriter in town and i can't wait to show you around. welcome to zilker park 340 acres of fun right in the heart of austin and one of my very favorite places to spend a day. this is dirty $63.00 right in the heart of downtown austin when you're a college kid a local or tourist you're going to come here there's more bars in the stretch that
anywhere else in america and live music day and night. you don't have to go to a bar to find the great music it is right here on the street but you gotta come to austin it's the only place that is. this is the texas state capitol the seat of all our government and texas it's as big as a country you've got to have this kind of room more than $3000000.00 visitors a year come just to check the place out.
austin is the home of the creative class of texas and nothing shows that offer better than the hope outdoor gallery this place is different every single day for my music i draw inspiration from all over the city and nothing does that for me like the open door gallery some of the best in the world paint here and then that i'm really gets covered up or graffiti. for the end of our day together in austin i thought we'd come some place you can only see here this is the congress street bridge the home of the mexican free tell
that in just a minute 1500000 of them are going to sweep across the town. well this is my day in austin i hope you had a great time and i hope you come down soon. my last stop in the oval frankly is by avoid. the city's best known for one person. the composer moved here in 872 and built a man she built up on feet for himself and his family today it's a museum and you can even visit that's great.
by 0.5 now was able to read. his long cherished plans for his own festival hall at 1st he was interested in the murky opera house. it's one of the most beautiful garage theatres in the world and is a unesco world heritage site. and. it's recently been renovated and a speck to its former glory. but wagner want that more so he had his own opera house built every here from the end of july to the end of august wagner offense from all over the world come to the famous by a white festival. loudness
fest in the house pool festival theater in by white. every year celebrities and v.i.p.'s graced its red carpet. it's as much a part of the festival as richard wagner's music. does is probably mainly because of this there's his acoustic sound because it's a unique authentic venue. this theater was built by and for richard wagner well over 100 years ago now and it's still standing in the same place and basically functions just as it did in the 19th centuries a view. that must be a major part of its fascination for us notes on. the pyrite festival is a media event the british air apparent prince charles queen sylvia of sweden and german chancellor angela merkel have all been hand. celebrities and journalists
bagnall would have loved it. the festival keeps up with the times. from 2008 to 20111 production a year was publicly screened on festival square. since 2009 there have been children's versions of the wagner's operas. and since 20121 production a year has been streamed live to cinemas. not the many 1000 i love us there's nothing better than being right there in by right. this is something whole package is fabulous the atmosphere and of course the theater itself really comes in what if i can't put it into words it's just a feeling. that's what's wonderful about music and art that they grip you
emotionally. fast you don't want to miss it and you and you and you have to learn wagner and that's that you have no options you know you have to you have to do it. by rights and peeled remains unbroken some people accept you as if waiting for a ticket just to be part of the glamorous weldon's richard wagner. my visit to all before has come to an end in the center of by a void here at the new palace with its romantic or just garden. that's from overflowing with its 1000 types of beers historic cities and beautiful landscapes very important for the region are also the people themselves they are considered hospitable and visitors like me feel comfortable here see you next time .
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