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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 ...
... tour included lunch in a cavernous, dark restaurant. We had fresh trout which we enjoyed, but the wine was very bland.
Cesky Krumlov is my favorite medieval town thus far- indeed, the entire day was a highlight of the tour for me. I think that being over my ailment was a contributing factor to my enjoyment.
I'm actually finishing this blog off on Friday but hope to get today's blog off to you by tomorrow morning.
- I am a day behind in my blogging and today was so full on, I had no opportunity to catch up. En route to Regensburg yesterday via the Main-Danube Canal, we passed some interesting riverside hamlets (see pics) before mooring at Regensburg around midday. Our guided tour of the Old City Centre gave us more medieval buildings and some interesting snippets of information about the place. The stone, ...
... 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 ...