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Day 2 on our bikes. The ducks wake us up bright and early. We begin our ride stopping very quickly at an adorable Gasthof for a warm cup of kaffee while waiting for the ferry which didn't arrive! The sweet Austrian lady did try to tell us something... It must have been that the ferry is no longer running! So we continue on the left bank, hoping the terrain remains flat. Riding along past fisherman, tiny little villages and strawberry farms, even an old hippie, ...
... in that the dining room is hot and stuffy and the meal delivery slow and all the time the most delicious scenery is floating past, all bathed in the golden pre-sunset light.
And an early night.
We're in the cabin with the lights off seeing little villages pass, illuminated churches, the very large number of locks and their mechanical workings up so close adding to the surrealness of the moment.
Like I said, what an amazing holiday we're ...
... banks, fishing sun baking, yes you read it, sun baking! Some were having a Bbq, but just over an open fire with a small grill. Lots were out riding their bikes. I also rode into the old town and had fun exploring on my own. I felt very safe riding around. Then Geoff and I went for an evening stroll before the boat sailed just before 7 pm. We saw priests enter a church they were about to give mass, I took a peak inside the door and it was a lovely church. We are now on our way to ...
High of 20, low of 5 today. The sun is shining again today, it is going to be a great day! We left Linz early, 8:30 am and crossed the river Donau to the north side for today's journey. Much of the first 10 km was following the river but across from the industrial area of Linz, not very picturesque. We continued through to Mauthausen where we could visit the lesser-known concentration camp of Mauthausen; a sombre site in ...
... the Plague Tower built in the 1700s. So many statues and monuments. We passed the balcony where Hitler made his first speech to Austrians about annexation. We saw the building where Beethoven's brother had a pharmacy and Beethoven would come visit and borrow money from him. We learned the origin of the colors of the Austrian flag (I am going to have to google this and see if he was pulling our leg). We walked on more cobblestones and saw tall baroque buildings with ...
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