Amedia Express Sattledt
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- Pets allowed
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Very good ,beer machine in hallway of your room - Awesome! small town ,great experience
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We arrived at Linz after sailing all night. Following an early breakfast we were loaded on a replica of the Majestic Imperator, the train used by the luxury Imperial Hapsberg family, for transport to Salzburg at the base of the Austrian alps. The train was very lavish as you would expect for the King and his family. The 2 hour trip took us through some very pretty country. Some interesting information from our guide - Linz has a population of ...
... like royalty with champagne and drinks, but with the added bonus of 2 very attractive young ladies entertaining us with songs from a Mozart Opera, and The Sound of Music.....Bill was singled out by one of the singers as the subject for part of one song; much to the amusement of the others
We returned to the boat in Passau, Germany. Dinner again was first class. Another memorable day. We could easily get used to this ...
... worth it. Salzburg has a good-sized, old town with multiple churches and a castle built on the rocky hill above. It is recognized as one of the best-preserved city centers north of the Alps. This city has been continuously occupied since the 5th century BC. It was important northern city in the Roman empire, but was abandoned by them and was largely in ruins by the 7th century. It was revitalized by Rupert of Salzburg, a catholic bishop
We went off on ...
... great but the seats were narrow and to firm for our unseasoned buttocks and by the time we finally arrived at the lake sore bums were a hot topic of conversation. There was very little going on around the lake with the exception of a restaurant we planned on having lunch at. Before going in for lunch we walked the small trail to the lakes edge and had a look but quickly decided we were more hungry than curious and would come back after.
... The bells were ringing calling the parishioners to church. We then turned around, cycled passed the boat and boarded the first little ferry to cross the river and join Rad 1, the cycle path along the Danube. Our first stop was at a farm where we had chocolate and poppy seed cake, washed down with apple juice as the farm didn't have a licence to sell coffee. Whilst at the farm we saw our ship, M S Normandia sail by. We had ...