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... stopped for refreshments before crossing in a wee ferry again. The biking was very calm and pretty with the autumn colours of the trees reflecting on the river...once the sun came out it was a perfect riding day. We were at our destination Aschach ( a picturesque Austrian town) in time for a quick supermarket stock up before the barge departed at 3.30 pm. We have a long journey ahead...we won't arrive to our destination of Devin until 9 am tomorrow morning. We ...
Passau is a city of 50000 at the confluence of three rivers, the Danube,LLz and Inn.St Stephen's cathedral is one of the most beautiful I have seen. Full of art. There is an organ concert every weekday at 1200. Amazing sound as over 1900 pipes are part of this 2nd largest church organ in the world. There are many Neat shops and restaurants. They are recovering from the devastating floods of 2013 so there is much ...
... soup with goat sausages floating in it! We arrived on The My Story and are now ready to head down for our first information meeting. We have unpacked in the cabins...they are quaint, we have a single bed and a fold out bed that is put away by day, the bikes are at the ready on the top deck. We won't have any internet for most of this trip so may not be able to update the blog too often. Off now to our first information ...
... the Inn river. We cross over into Austria and continue along the bike path for a few miles. This has definitely got Bob thinking of another bike trip....as the bike path follows the river quite a long way. Passau is the beginning of many bike tours along the river to Vienna....about 300 km away. Back to Germany ...
... the cathedral, which is noted for its huge organ. It is a baroque cathedral, which means no stained glass so the interior is bright and the ornate frescos and statues can be seen clearly. The exteriors are mostly plain and white. The guide said that in Germany you have to pay a 1.5% church tax. Passau is at the junction of three rivers, the Danube, the Inn and the Ilz. Because of that, it gets flooding ...