Hotel Bayerischer Hof
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... Had a typically German meal with beer of course.
Spent the next morning slowly meandering through the old town and stopping for schneeballe (sweet pastry balls) and bratwurst rolls. I got totally carried away taking photos!
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... had a Rickshaw ride around the town in the rain then we all went to this 600 year old restaurant, a truly beautiful place. See photos. We spent four hours on the road getting to and from Salzburg. Sorry I thought I had photos of the inside of the restaurant but I must have killed them off. Tomorrow we are going to the Abbey of Melk. And then we sail for Durnstein. Good ...
... have pass through several locks, the last three were 25 metres high we are going up onto the Denube River. One thing I have notice over heir is that there are no trees along the River banks just rocks and grass. Tomorrow we arrive in ...
... part of the palace to survive was the fresco ceiling above the great staircase. So the Germans have reconstructed the palace almost exactly from surviving photos. I think it rivals Versailles in decoration and ornateness. So here comes the alcohol. We then had a wine tasting in the palace cellars that commenced at 11.00am. (It was 7.00pm in Australia so that's ok isn't it?) A leisurely afternoon on board followed, then I ...
... made it look like my car was parked on the road. They HAD to be doing 160-160kmph.
As a result, you had to pay real close attention when you pull out to pass in case you get a speed demon in your trunk.
Now, Rothenburg - it is a town of storybook scenes. The streets, the houses, the hotels, the gardens - everything. There is not much to report in the way of activities - it was more photo opportunities