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... and is the third biggest city in Austria. It has an industry based on steel production (and was targeted and hence bombed heavily during WWII with 75% of the town destroyed), chemical production and higher education. The Austrian government has been investing heavily in infrastructure in recent years with an impressive new train station - at least the people get something back for their 40% of salary paid in income tax. Salzburg is a town on ...
Cool and dry this morning as we arrived in Linz for a very early rise to catch the Majestic Imperator train to Salzburg. Linz is the home of VAI Steel. The train is an exact replica of the Austrian Royals train from the 19th Century. The trip from Linz to Salzburg took 2 hours, but we were treated like royalty. We had the Royal Box, and we were served champagne, wine and canapés; truly a memorable experience.
As expected our ...
We had a long day today. We arrived in Passau, the wetest Austrian city, then trained to Salzburg and Linz before reboarding the ship.
Back to the beginning though we had an "early bird" breakfast then on the bus to the railway station to board the Majestic Imperator for a "majestic and relaxed royal experience". Originally built in the 1890s the train was owned by Emperor Franz Joseph. It had ...
Today we started our day in Linz, Austria. It originated as a Celtic and then Roman town. At one point in the 1400s it was the center of the Holy German Roman Empire. Historically this is an industrial and trading city. Because of this it was bombed repeatedly in WWII, leaving few “old” buildings around. It is also known as where Johannes Kepler lived and taught math. Hitler spent some of his childhood years here, as ...
(Cycled 47 km) We pulled back the cabin curtains to find grey skies and light rain. The bikes were being unpacked at 7 pm so Tony was down with his bike lock, on the dockside, to check that the tandem was secure but it was not a problem as the tandem had been put behind the man distributing all the hire bikes. After breakfast and making our packed lunches we set off towards the monastery (the only Trappist one in Austria) ...