BEST WESTERN Aparthotel Birnbachhoehe
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... chance and we felt it scrape the bottom for a few minutes . Other ships didn't chance it and we're off loading people who were not happy. Now today we by passed Passau and are full steam ahead so will know when wehave our daily briefing Tonight before dinner if we get to see Melk Abbey, or whether we are going straight to Vienna to make up time. There are 2 couples due to catch the train in Budapest and are getting a bit ...
... was established. One of the main sites to visit is St. Stephen's Cathedral dating back to 1688. It has the second largest organ in the world. The town along the river is subject to frequent flooding as documented by the high water marks painted on the Town Hall building. The second highest mark down from the top is the river flood level on June 2, 2013. The highest flood mark is from ...
... café and went in for some yummy Flammkuchen. From there it was a quick tour of the local church and town hall, but that was about all there was to see.
Paula was very observant and realised that there was a funny town along the way so we stopped at Ober****ing (Upper *******) for a photo although we were disappointed that there wasn't a sign at Unter****ing. We decided not to stop in at Braunau am Inn, which is the birthplace of Adolf Hitler, just ...
... ssestadt or "City of Three Rivers," because the Danube is joined at Passau by the Inn from the south and the Ilz from the north.
Passau was an important medieval centre for the salt trade.
The 1hour and 30 minutes walking tour took us through the historical town of Passau, takinb in the magnificent historical buildinbs including the famous St Stephan's Cathedral where the largest organ in the world is located. The organ was built in ...
... 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