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- Pets allowed
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... waited 15 minutes then we left. The two stragglers had to take a taxi to Passau. They may have beat us here!
Rudy was our guide. It is amazing all the facts and little historical tidbits they have to share. We could never get the same info from a tour book. Passau is at the juncture of three rivers and played significant importance for trade. They also have had their fair share of flood. He discussed how all,of the houses use the bottom floors as storage or garages because ...
... had read, I was expecting smaller). The bath is very nice. Tile shower and floor and marble sink (the shower is bigger than a cruise ship)! A TV with movies in the room and the TV can work as a computer.
All passengers were greeted in the lounge with a glass of champagne. We listened to the captain give a welcome talk and a snippet of safety talk. He introduced the heads of departments, then Dragan took over to talk about the evenings plans. Several more glasses ...
... carnival started as a result of the lower classes demanding more from their rulers. As a result a festival of equality was created where everyone could party and be merry and enjoy equally. Watch out because the masks have historical significance so try and stay away from the prostitute and dr varieties. Venice filled your head with many beautiful pictures but hurt my wallet!! It's a very touristy city and I would not like to come back in ...
... its not snowing and you can just enjoy the sun.
We decided to go to Mondsee next which is another lake town. It was very pretty as it was surrounded by mountains on all sides. There was one restaurant open there which was right on the lake front and had a lovely view. We had some lunch there and watched the tour busses come through. I'm glad we got a car and can explore in our own time is all I'm going to say about that haha!
On the way back ...
... was only 3 degrees and light showers but this didn't stop us walking around to see where Salzburg's greatest son, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, was born in 1756. What did it more for me though was to see where Doppler (physicist of Doppler effect fame) lived. We also saw other locations where scenes from the 1964 musical film were filmed.
Salzburg is located on the site of of a Roman city and grew as on one of the most important military roads of the ancient ...