Travel Blogs from Passau, Germany

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Achtung!, Passau, Germany travel blog

Achtung!

A travel blog entry by mr_mozam

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... and church, then to St Wolfgang visit the town and have lunch. Following lunch it was on to Passau to rejoin the boat. Passau is in Germany so it is Auf Wiedersehen Austria and Hallo Germany. In St Wolfgang is the home where Edward and Mrs Wallace ...

THREE COUNTRIES IN ONE DAY, Passau, Germany travel blog

THREE COUNTRIES IN ONE DAY

A travel blog entry by joyous9

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So we started this morning in Germany at the town of Passau.  It is a public holiday so no people around.  A quick skip around to see the town and then ready for the day.   Just a little sleep in this morning as we had to be ready by 8 ...

Three countries in one day, Passau, Germany travel blog

Three countries in one day

A travel blog entry by bettyoll

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... the flowers were. There's no requirement to stop at borders within the EU, but there were obvious signs we were no longer in Germany - the language, of course, the state of the roads, farm buildings a little run down- but overall, considering it's only 25 ...

A day in Regensburg, Passau, Germany travel blog

A day in Regensburg

A travel blog entry by bettyoll

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... ;Yesterday, when we were in Regensburg, was Wednesday 13 th May, the day before Ascension Day, which is a public holiday in Germany. I think the young ones were about to visit the beer halls and wine bars, no doubt to celebrate the night ...

O so little time!, Passau, Germany travel blog

O so little time!

A travel blog entry by abalzer

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This is what we saw of Passau, Germany. ...

Three countries, three rivers, why not?, Passau, Germany travel blog

Three countries, three rivers, why not?

A travel blog entry by anniehanson

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... that we had two more big ascents to do. We headed through some more stunning scenery and eventually headed down through to Germany. Both of us were having intermittent bike problems - chains coming off, chain guide coming loose, gears locking up, but we ...

Passau, Passau, Germany travel blog

Passau

A travel blog entry by lar4290

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Coming ...

bavarian adventure, Nuremburg, fussen, munich, passau, Germany travel blog

bavarian adventure

A travel blog entry by emilita

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Passau, Passau, Germany travel blog

Passau

A travel blog entry by caroruben

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Als nächstes haben wir den Magnus in der drei Flüsse Stadt Passau besucht. Am Anfang gab es erstmal etwas Kultur. Wir sind die Walfahrtsteige hoch zu Maria Hilf gegangen und haben den tollen Ausblick genossen. Danach sind wir durch die Altstadt ...

Leaving Passau to Bonn, Passau, Germany travel blog

Leaving Passau to Bonn

A travel blog entry by elgianne

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On my way from Passau to Bonn! Getting all excited...my car is pretty packed, about to bring Sigi to the Frankfurt airport, she is leaving for Richmond, VA! Jes, one more week and I'll be in ...

The Blog of Blood, Obermȕhl, Germany travel blog

The Blog of Blood

A travel blog entry by eddyakko

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... group didn’t help.  Even the rain (light showers really) didn’t deter us from enjoying our 50km ride from Passau to Obermȕhl   – too inconsequential I’m sure even for Google Earth! When I say 50km, ...

Passau......visiting my brothers German family!, Passau, Germany travel blog

Passau......visiting my brothers German family!

A travel blog entry by mimmy21

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... was playing violin in, it was probably the highest standard school music concert l have ever seen! I spent two lovely days in Passau, and adored my little room overlooking the whole town....a view l will never forget! Konrad and l departed early in ...

another beautiful city on the Danube, Passau, Germany travel blog

another beautiful city on the Danube

A travel blog entry by juds76rhine

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... tour.  The city is much smaller than other towns we have been to and easier for me to take in all the information.  Germany is Roman Catholic so they use the churches in the towns and they have a lengthy history with the church.  There is a ...

Cruise Day 10 Passau, Passau, Germany travel blog

Cruise Day 10 Passau

A travel blog entry by nettybu

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... major German city on the Danube at the border of Austria. Passau (previously Latin: Batavis or Batavia) is a town in Lower Bavaria, Germany. It is also known as the Dreiflüssestadt or "City of Three Rivers," because the Danube is joined at Passau by the ...

Regensburg to Passau, Germany, Passau, Germany travel blog

Regensburg to Passau, Germany

A travel blog entry by michael_bromby

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... start.  There wasn't much to hang around for once I'd folded up the frozen tent and brushed Clara down.  I had a contact in Passau as well which drove me on.  Or so I thought.  Once I'd asked a few people for some directions and nobody ...

Rollin', rollin on the Danube, Passau, Germany travel blog

Rollin', rollin on the Danube

A travel blog entry by eddyakko

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... of ourselves, as you do. Below's a quick pic I took from the train showing something that is very noticeable in Germany. Could be anywhere really. The place is absolutely carpeted with solar cells. Farmers apparently earn large incomes for just ...

thwarted, Passau, Germany travel blog

thwarted

A travel blog entry by chrisandpaula

beutiful place but terrible parking. another park-and-ride-has-a-height-barrier ...

Manic Midges, Passau, Germany travel blog

Manic Midges

A travel blog entry by chrispy

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Last stop in Germany Current stop, Passau, which borders Austria. The Donau is now rather wide, further than I can jump on my bike, around 100 metres. 165 km in the last 2 days, cruising good tracks along the water´s edge. Odd place names seen ...

Arrive in Passua, Germany, Passau, Germany travel blog

Arrive in Passua, Germany

A travel blog entry by corr

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My father came over to visit me and go on a weeklong bike trip which followed the Danube River all the way from  Passau, Germany  to Vienna, Austria. The bike trip was such a great idea because it allowed you to really see the country side, ...

Passau city tour, Passau, Germany travel blog

Passau city tour

A travel blog entry by tucsonjohn

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We docked at Hofkirchen, not a planned stop but upriver from Passau. This was so the ship could get through the critical low water section quicker. We took buses back to Passau for the regular planned tours for the day while the ship went on ahead. Since ...

Passau, after Cresky Krumlov, Passau, Germany travel blog

Passau, after Cresky Krumlov

A travel blog entry by robselclark

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CK is a quaint town dominated by a hilltop castle and church. Charles and Camilla secretly honeymooned there. A big deal for the locals who apparently respected their privacy. NB. This urban myth, perpetuated by the guides, has been Wiki'd and found ...

Day17 Regensbourg to Passau, Passau, Germany travel blog

Day17 Regensbourg to Passau

A travel blog entry by springy100

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... freezing cold but sunshine came out for the last couple of hours which warmed me up nicely for the last bit coming into Passau (which is another lovely medieval town). Staying in a 16 century building which has huge thick walls and is also freezing cold ...

Donauradweg: Vilshofen to Passau, 24 km, Passau, Germany travel blog

Donauradweg: Vilshofen to Passau, 24 km

A travel blog entry by michellendave

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... on the German part of the Donauradweg. It’s a good chance to list our favorites; Best part of the route in Germany: The start at Donaueschingen. Not only was fresh and new to us, but the high spring waters (floods) made interesting reflections in ...

St Stephan's and the largest cathedral pipe organ, Passau, Germany travel blog

St Stephan's and the largest cathedral pipe organ

A travel blog entry by aliceandmac

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... way to Austria which was on the other side of the river and then came back over a bridge further down the line back into Germany.  The scenery was something else and so peaceful.  When we got back into Germany there was a picnic area and a long table ...

Passau, Germany, Passau, Germany travel blog

Passau, Germany

A travel blog entry by noalarmclocks

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The first day of our biking rained most of the day, so we were wet and cold by the time we got to our old farm pension. It has been in their family for three generations and was newly-renovated. The owners were warm and friendly, and greeted us with ...

Passed out in Passau, Passau, Germany travel blog

Passed out in Passau

A travel blog entry by mdulfer

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Hello Friends, We were supposed to be in Regensburg today, but with the change in cruise plans, we spent the day touring Passau.  After a leisurely lunch, we headed out on a walking tour.  This little city was up in the hills a little.  ...

On our way to Passau, Germany, Passau, Germany travel blog

On our way to Passau, Germany

A travel blog entry by alandliz

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... been talking about the aging process....there are some really good, interesting folks on board who have adapted well, but others OMG !! (Liz) Passau is larger than I expected and not as cute as some of the places we've visited but it is HOT! All our ...

Tomorrow Austria... tonight fortress YHA, Passau, Germany travel blog

Tomorrow Austria... tonight fortress YHA

A travel blog entry by i_could_walk

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... navigation is again a bit tricky as the marker signs change and the route takes what appears to be illogical diversions. Throughout Germany cycling is massive both as a hobby and as transport. So along the route many pubs and guest houses advertise and ...

Passau (MW), Passau , Germany travel blog

Passau (MW)

A travel blog entry by ionamarktravel

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We finished our time in Germany with a few days in Passau, a little town near the Austrian border where three different coloured rivers meet. It’s a maze of narrow cobblestone streets, stone archways and tunnels beside the Danube. The trip to Passau ...

A shiny new purse (MW), Passau , Germany travel blog

A shiny new purse (MW)

A travel blog entry by ionamarktravel

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... . After all I expected the new wallet to be with me daily for at least a few years. Iona and I were in a random store in Passau, Germany and saw a pile of wallets in the bargain bin. Priced well and in a time of need I was immediately sucked in. I should ...

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