Come Monday morning, I’ll be immersed in teaching a sawing class at the Dictum workshop at Niederaltaich. So I took off to Regensburg today with Ute Kaiser of Dictum and her partner, Stefan, to see the city.
The highlight for me, as always, involved food. We visited The Sausage Kitchen, which has sold sausages for more than 1,000 years. As we ate, we looked out over the famous bridge Steinerne Brücke. The Roman soldiers who built the bridge ate at The Sausage Kitchen, and the bridge itself carried the soldiers from the 2nd and 3rd Crusades.
While that makes you feel insignificant, the sausages make up for it.
— Christopher Schwarz