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... together in a perfect small town. We wandered until hunger got the better of us and then ate outside overlooking the river. The meal was good but what was better was simply spending time together without the constant distractions of the hotel.
As befits our Rock and Roll lifestyle (lapsed) we were back at the Pension Amadaus before 9pm ready for sleep.
... relaxing, reading, and watching the rafters float by. We had one last tasty Czech treat called a Trdlenik (no idea how that is pronounced) - it's basically a cinnamon roll wrapped around a stick and cooked over an open flame/coals. We liked the basic cinnamon sugar variety, but they were also available with chocolate or nuts. The first one we had in Prague was much better than the one today, but it was still very ...
... we had visited. Yet a lovely experience as we left for our ship that had moved up river to Passau. As I said earlier that the countryside was as beautiful on our return journey. Perhaps the nicest since visiting Switzerland & certainly much larger farms were seen until we hopped over the boarder into Germany. Yes have visited 3 countries today as one does in a day. Ha!! As another day finishes I wonder what tomorrow will bring? Guten ...
... loved. We kept up the "Na Zdavie!" cheers and were soon one of them, despite the language difficulties. And we really impressed them when they started the Chicken Dance and we jumped up and joined in again. We wowed the with our Wisconsin culture I think.
It was a great finish to a great day and a wonderful goodby to another great country. In the morning we grabbed a bus and train to Austria to meet Deanne's exchange sister, Angela.
... a bit different to Austria. Plus they pay a 8% Church Tax. (It costs you to believe)
Education is funded and most of their health costs are covered.
Many houses both in Austria and Germany have solar panels and there are even Solar Farms. Why NZ with its sunshine does not have them is strange.
Note to John Key and the Greens when is NZ going to have some!
Germany is closing all its nuclear plants after the accident in Japan and