- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... lounge and they called each floor (there are three) half at a time to check in. It took about twenty minutes before they called our floor (we are in the economy class-two port hole windows). Then we were escorted to our room about five minutes later. Very quick and orderly. Sannie and Bruce and Pawp and Jayj are across the hall from us. Our room attendant is Elena! (Mi llamo Elena!) The rooms were larger than expected, about the same size as regular cruise ships (from other ...
... 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 ...
... degree. Second, this is a job where you are allowed to drink beer while working with 2,000 degree furnaces!! The expert who was demonstrating his craft to us finished a one liter bottle, during the 25 minutes we watched and opened a second. Quite a job! Despite the imbibing, he did produce incredibly skilled and beautiful work!
We returned to our ship, had a great lunch and got ready for our 40 mile bike ride along the ...
... a bit over the heavy Czech food, so we tried a Mexican restaurant, which turned out to be really good!
The next day we took it easy in the morning, and after a healthy salad for lunch sitting in the park, and another walk along the lovely stream in town, headed for the big gates of the
Pilsner Urquell brewery. We joined a tour which was a bit overcommercialised and pretty standard as far as brewery tours go, but it ...
41 kms AM - Wow, what a morning! The exhibits in the Gäubodenmuseum in Straubing were extraordinary; the Roman objects found buried there in 1950 are amazing! Metal breastplates, knee guards, shin guards, helmets, swords, silver coins etc in perfect condition. The Romans settled here in 70 AD and called the place "Sor-viodurum". PM - The Danube trail is well signposted, we have only lost it several times, mostly entering or leaving ...