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... back to the ship to enjoy an evening with a theme, "The taste of Austria". We experienced typical Austrian food complimented with schnapps, wine and or beer. The crew all dressed in traditional Austrian costumes. We were given a tour of the galley where the chefs prepare the meals. Most interesting.
Following dinner, I decided to relax on deck to enjoy the ambience of the evening. The ship cast off at 11:45 and headed to Vienna.
Another great but busy day.
... did a tour of the town from 2.30 to 3.30, then free time to wander and spend. They are known for their apricot products at this time, the tried apricot beer, schnapps, liquor, chocolates, and more.
In the evening we had a concert by 2 guys, 1 was the conductor and the other the lead violinist of the Slovakian national orchestra, they used a range of traditional pipe instruments amongst more traditional. They were excellent.
... as the Danube sits lower than the Rhine/Meiin rivers. We arrived in a beautiful town called Regensberg with cobbled streets and more spires. It was once home to Oskar Schindler who was remembered in Schindler's List. We had the pleasure that night of having a Bavarian band called the Bavarian Devils come aboard and perform for us. Hilarious. They wore the original costume and played the spoons, trumpets and guitars and had everyone up doing ...
... drove around the old stomping grounds including the family church Deanne attended with her Austrian Catholic family. This one happened to be just 900 years old and is a historical site with a couple of 700 or so year old murials inside. When we came out, Angela ran into an old friend who said she remembered the girl "from Iova" as she looked right at her. Most people are saying she hasn't changed a bit, but she has! She never wears a dirndle ...
... a grand library. Leopold II of Babenberg presented the Palace to the Benedictine monks who converted it into a fortified abbey.
The highlighting feature is the Stipskirche (Abbey church) with its twin spires and high octagonal dome. The church has an astonishing number of windows. Its jaw dropping inteiror is a baroque extravaganza, with ...