Travel Blogs from Enns
... were very trusting of the tourists We spent the day there the coach trip took 2 hrs to get there then 2 hrs to get to Passau where we met the boat again. We had lunch at Cesky Krumlovin a five star hotel and it was a lovely meal -local fare Dinner in the Crystal Dinning room the off to ...
... they use, I had no idea. It was drizzling rain most of the afternoon so we headed down the trail to Grein where we were to be picked up at 5pm and driven "up" to our guesthouse for the night! And so it was, at 5pm a young man turned up in a VW van with a bike trailer to take us up into the hills to the family run "Gasthaus Aichinger" about 14 of us including Karl and Marla. A large Gasthaus this is, had dinner here, it was too far to walk back into Grein ...
... stops and many beer, schnapps and brandy opportunities. How right they were. I’m not gonna rave on about the food and booze so I’ll just show you the full disaster in pics, without the usual elaboration.
... to our first ferry crossing point to find out "there was no ferry!" So kept heading east till we found a ferry and crossed over to the north, supposedly the better side although there are cycle paths on both sides of the Danube. A lot more cycle tourists now, a helluva lot our age or older. PM - Stopped for afternoon coffee at Feldkirchen, lovely little town right on the cycle path. Lots of cyclists, touring & road racing along the cycle path which is very safe ...
... 15 in the morning!
By 2.00 after our beer stops, we had biked the 48k to Linz, a most lovely town where we will spend the night. I’m taking a bus tour at 8.00 so if anything remarkable results, you’ll know.
Can I make it three in a row?? Tune in tomorrow.
Some more observations
Other places to stay in Enns
Wienerstrasse 5-7, Enns | 4 star hotelfrom $163