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... is all done by hand! Then they passed out fresh hot bread to eat between wines! Austrians make mostly white wines, so that is what we tasted. These were reasonably priced so we bought a bottle to bring home with us (Bob's suitcase is lighter than mine). We walked back to the buses afterward and saw the people from the other two groups. None of them had bags of wine, so I think we may have gone to the best tavern!
By the time we got back ...
... through the town and get back to the boat on our own. Something that was done by few today. Most decided to hop on that warm and dry bus to get back to the boat or I guess I should call it a ship. I learned that any vessel that carries a boat is a ship. Anyway, we started the chilly walk back thinking we could check out these shops we heard of in this old town to find that most of them were closed! ...
... Our ship MS Amaverde is 135 meters in length and 11.45 meters in width. It carries a maximum of 162 passengers and 50 crew. All the vessels including the tourists vessels are built to specifications to enable them to travel under the low bridges and to be able to enter the locks, remembering the locks are only 12 meters in width. It is very exciting entering and exiting the large locks. On entering the locks through the gate with ...
... br> Fortunately, Angela speaks English and was an amazing hostess with her husband, Charly. She took care of booking a Garni (B&B) in her village of Haunoldstein, which isn't far from Wachtberg. Both are in the Danube valley, NW of Vienna. Angela and Charly live with their daughter Cordula between the towns of Melk and St. Polten. Their son Jacob lives just around the corner with his wife and 2 cute kids. Her younger sister Anna lives ...
... nice little villages along the way you could really plan to stop at a tavern along the way for lunch and a beer of course. There are plenty of photo opportunities as well. I would recommend this ride either way depending on what way your cruise is travelling and if having known more would have even tried the ferry crossing as well across the Danube since the bike trails are on both sides of the river. ...