Schloss an der Eisenstrasse
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We finally saw them walking back. It was now time to head to lunch, then most came up to the top of the deck to sit in the sun (Yea! It felt so nice) and view the scenery as we sailed through the Wachau Valley of Austria. This is the wine making region. All along the mountains you can see the terraced vineyards. There are castles scattered along the way. Each has it's own ...
... up in traditional stuff and tons of specialty foods, accordion players........the works. That included free flowing local beer and schnapps. When they started the "chicken dance", it was time to leave. That being said, we have met many very nice people at meal time from the states. They don't have reserved tables on this cruise and it's very casual. We are really enjoying ourselves and this week is flying ...
... by the end of the night but it was so much fun! The next morning we didn't even bother setting an alarm and we knew we would just see when we woke up and how hungover we were. It was definitely quite a struggle but we managed to get up for brekkie and make it to the 10am bus. Still felt pretty shaky but snowboarding is a great hangover cure so we knew we would feel better soon. A couple of people in our group were doing paragliding today so we went up to try watch them but it ...
The last place we have stayed in was a farm in a region called Wachau.
One day mum said we are going on a huge drive around the region. I said "Mum can I stayon the farm with the bunnies?" but mum said “No you have to come with the family”. On the trip we went alongside the Danube river.We missed one of the checkpoints and the car kept saying turn back and it never gave up. So dad had ...
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, ...