- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... dipped in chocolate. Got back to the boat and went for a spa. Bliss. We have now sailed a few yards down the Danube and are now in Austria. We had to go under a low bridge. George was on deck at the time and said they were first told to sit down, then to take their hats off and finally to slide down in their seats! He took some photos so I will get him to airdrop them so that I can put them on ...
... villages and admired locals going about their simple lives. Schlogen is to the people of Linz what Rotto is to Perth-ites. It is so picturesque.. So green, so tranquil. Our first night in our tent and a thunderstorm finds us :) we weren't sure if our tent was waterproof- thank goodness it is! We camped beside a little lake which sounded like it was home to Austria's entire duck population! Em ...
... Krumlov is an absolute gem!
The city was badly neglected after WW2 but since the end of the Cold War, the city has been returned to its former glory and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1992. Many of the pics below were taken from State Castle, with its gothic tower, 300 rooms and 3-story Mantle Bridge. The moat area is home to some bears which remained hidden while we were there.
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... its oldest structure, goes back to Roman times, almost 2000 years- under repair but still in use. The city's golden age, 11th to 14th centuries, saw the building of the medieval buildings which suffered no war damage because the city had been in economic decline from the Middle Ages through to WW2 and had no industrial infrastructure requiring destruction by the Allies. The post war reconstruction ...
... the day's needs: lunch, water, camera, extra clothing, maps etc. and away!
A beautiful cool crisp clean-air day, spring leaves, flat paths, minimal effort, cute villages, the occasional castle, the whole day was a dream. Except for a misdirection which resulted in an unnecessary hill climb. Curiously, those least affected were Murray and Peter without battery aids. Boy, those men were fit and strong.
But the day was ...