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... were informed that due to the lack of rain the Danube is not deep enough for the boat to continue tonight so we went 30kms backwards & they would look at options tomorrow, apparently at the start of the week electricity demands increase & therefore more water comes into the river. So options
1. Wait to see if river increases enough to continue tomorrow
2. Move by bus up river then get on another boat further up & continue
We will know tonight
Our second home exchange was in southern Bavaria about 125 kilometres from Munich for 2 weeks. Penny joined us in a large house set in an equally large wooded garden. Pfarrkirchen and other towns in the region are really nice, Passau being my favourite. The buildings are mostly painted pastel colours.
Everywhere is evidence of a strong economy and an ordered society. Everything is spic, span and well maintained. The towns are neat, the countryside productive ...
... First Fleet came out). After that the-kids went off to a mirror maze and we walked up to the new part of town to see the statue of Good King Wencelas (apparently his subjects loved him but his greedy brother assassinated him no doubt so he could get the throne - Wencelas became patron saint of Prague and so we have the Xmas Carol). Things are supposed to get HOT again so we are back on the road in Austria heading for the ...
On the bus this morning at 8am for the trip from Passau to Salzburg. Weather forecast was not good and it started raining soon after we left the ship. Also a traffic jam on the autobahn, apparently from roadworks, so we took the backroads which was very pretty. Eva, our guide was a bit annoying. She laughed at everything and thought herself very funny. Arrived at Salzburg at about 11.30. Went to the place where the gazebo from the S of M is located. It's not ...
... portraits from the 1700's that depict all the Monarchs from King Rudolf I (dec 1292) to Emperor Ferdinand II (1637). Very impressive. The hall extends through to the chapel. It s built into one of the towers and has a beautiful baroque alter.
We ventured out onto the verandah off the second floor to view the courtyard from on high. Very impressive. The last room housed a royal carriage - horse drawn, in remarkable ...