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Todat we had breakfast at 8am and following breakfast we had a guided walking tour of Passau.
The tour started at 9:45am which included a walking tour of this historic town.
Passau is known as "The City of Three Rivers". It lies at the Inn, Danube and Ils rivers. It is the last major German city on the Danube at the border of Austria.
Passau (previously Latin: Batavis or Batavia) is a town in Lower Bavaria, Germany. It is also known as ...
Up early as we were off on the optional extra to "Cesky Krumlov in Czech Republic", (another country) the Jewel of Bohemia, a quaint town that is protected by UNESCO & must be restored to its former medieval glory.
Our guide Peter shared the following
- Linz township has a strong steel & plastic industry
- average farm in Austria is 25 ha & milks about 10 cows
- quite a number of Czech words have no vowels, he sad an interesting ...
... Golden Arches, instead having to conform to the character of the street, with some signs dating back to the 15th century (see pic). Mozart's birthplace is on this street and was our designated meeting place following our 2.5 hours of 'free time'. In this time we had a street-food lunch of bratwurst with mustard and horse radish, visited a beautiful cemetery, bought some 'Mozart' balls (marzipan core dipped in nougat with a chocolate ...
... br> I must say though that there were many rotund people. If we stayed longer we would probably continue on our journey to join them. We ate out a lot, often tempted by the schnitzel but usually managing to resist the torte.
It was often very hot and there weren't many places to swim but we did discover a lake and visited the expensive but very nice thermal baths. Our days were filled with walks and tourist drives in the morning always ensuring ...
... Cathedral Treasury was also pretty special. Another wander through the narrow cobbled streets of the old town and the wide paved car-free streets of the new mall saw us back at our room for a rest. Well it is a "rest day". Dinner was BYO everything in the corridor outside our room, which happened to be the last one on the floor. There was a wide variety of food tonight, washed down with German beer and South African ...