Altstadthotel Bad Griesbach
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... enormous sanctuary.
After a lunch concentrated on the local specialities (brats, spicy mustard, pretzels, sauerkraut and beer) we hiked up to Vesta Oberhaus, the large fortress that overlooksthe city. Built originally in 1219, and substantially expanded in the 15th century, it was the residence of many of the "prince bishops" of the town (so named because they simultaneously held a senior rank in the government and in ...
... to Oktoberfest, which is called Goiboden festival, and celebrates agricultural abundance. Our guide reminded described the festivities to us, which sound just like the Munich Oktoberfest. Her description was that, “ e each drink several one liter mugs of beer and dance on the tables, sing together and have a great time”. Sounds like fun!
We drove about an hour north from the river and had a really nice visit to ...
When exiting Marktl in the morning with one of our earliest starts (10am!), we knew we still had about 80km to cover in order to join Passau and meet the Danube again. Thinking we would find a grocery store later on for lunch, we decided to ride without stopping. Except, after Simbach am Inn, there would be no more store. Oops. However, while passing through the village of Ering, ...
... close as we could to Passau, until we decided to swim in a local lake, which is always the best sensation in the world after 2 days of riding with no shower. Feeling clean again, we rode to the next campsite 10km ahead, where we found out that the town, Marktl, was ex pope Benedict's birth place. After a dinner composed of Cordon Bleu mit Pommes, we headed back to the campsite to have cows and sheep from the farm rock us to a well deserved ...
... cobbled stone streets and narrow streets this is a must see. People who did Rothenburg days early commented they thought Cesky was better.
Then it was time for lunch of beer and pork with a potato mash with sauerkrat mixed patty and a moccha cake for desert.
We the had two hours of free time to explore the shops before back to our coach for the 1.5hr trip to Linz to meet the boat. On return we stopped at what was like a duty free shop on ...