Amedia Hotel Express
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... was very nice to see, made one pits top at a gas station with only one stall per,, long quen , drive to the ship, on ship found room 303 bag came to room, per quickly, unpacked bags, and headed to the lounge for drinks and information, had dinner at 700 pm, walked around enjoyed dash other and ...
... the trail began in ernest.....biking beside the river passing orchards, maze crops, densely forested hillsides, and fisherman sitting on the banks with their three rods per person in the water...catching what? I am not sure! Mostly it was very easy biking some of the trails share with roads but mostly we rode without worry of vehicles coming at us on the wrong side of the road. (Except at the start when we rode out on the main road...going the wrong way as we ...
... the city. Dee and I enjoyed a great meal of Bratwurst and Schnitzel. We left We left Passau at 1400 and are enjoying a beautiful sail on the Danube towards Engelhartszell, Austria Engelhartszell is a beautiful small village on the Danube. It has a beautiful monastery .the abbey at one time had 70 Monks but there are now only 5 left. To supplement the operating costs of the monastery they have a brewery that brews two types of ...
... in the world with incredible frescos on the ceilings and walls ) and monasteries towering over the town looking magnificent set against these rivers. Even with this perfect weather it was interesting to see the strength of the current running. Being Sunday all the shops are closed so we will have to fill our panniers tomorrow with supplies ( the boys panniers!!). We did have lunch at a great wee pub goulash soup and Ken ...
... the Danube, and in Roman times, it served as the northern boundary of the vast Roman Empire.
Experiencing the locks is an interesting exercise in itself, we soon got used to them and most we went through at night. There were 68 in all. We spent the first half of the cruise rising in the locks and the second half lowering back down. It was a moving experience.