Schloss an der Eisenstrasse
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... along the way.....we stopped at a winery Sniewess (Snow White) and sampled 3 whites and a red...generous samplings they were too so we had to give it plenty of time (and were not riding on any roads hehe) As well as vineyards there are many orc**********g this part of the Danube trail...and the area is well known for the sweet apricots. Central Otago should take a leaf out of this book....the ...
... in German than it ever did in English!....sorry ELR fans! Went for a walk from our hotel to get our bearings. We were told the Old Town was very close. Armed with a map we made our way over to the old part of town. Here we found some grand buildings, churches, church grave yards and some beautiful, quaint streets. They have window boxes with geraniums growing......they look so nice! We made our way to see the ...
... so pretty. One grape grower labeled the ends of his rows with the type of grapes. The signs said, "C******nay," "Riesling", "Sauvignon Blanc," etc. I can’t remember the other types. We finally stopped around 11:30am to take a look at some Roman Ruins and a church in Mautern. We had a snack there; I had a Coca Cola without ice. Joan had a Melange and we shared a Schaumrolle. I should have taken a picture. It was ...
... a new name. We then biked on to Au and had lunch. This was the halfway point for today. Today was the longest biking day, 64 kilometers. That's 40 miles, according to my wife. (We now have about 160 kilometers on our odometers and are at the half way mark)
After lunch the bike path took us through more farmland and we did not see as much of the river. There were lots of fields of corn, turnips, and ...
Arrival in Amstetten:
4:20 and Edith and Hans picked us up. Good friends never hesitate to be, where you need them at the right time.
To avoid the jetleg, we intended to stay awake. Patricia had cooked a nice welcome meal, and we all were excited to see each other and happy and hyped up, ...