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- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for its brewery.. That's really all I need to say. We started this adventure in the museum followed by the underground and then the breeey itself.. With amble free beer coupons, ice rooms, a sound and light show and packaging hall, the brewery tour dare I say was very good. ...
Everyone got up early so we could be on the road around 8am. Manu picked me up at her place at 7 am so we could rent the 9 person van. The 7 person van is actually more expensive so I decided to get the extra space. We returned with the Van shortly before 8 am and we got on the road soon after. We will be following Manu as she will be going back to Munich after dinner. The drive to the Erdinger Brewery which is ...
... and each piece is individually blown.
We then went to a lovely village where we baked bread in the traditional way and ate it hot straight out of the oven. After we piled into horse drawn vehicles and sang as we went through the forest. It was good fun.
After we we had a traditional meal in a very ...
... chance and we felt it scrape the bottom for a few minutes . Other ships didn't chance it and we're off loading people who were not happy. Now today we by passed Passau and are full steam ahead so will know when we have our daily briefing tonight before dinner if we get to see Melk Abbey, or whether we are going straight to Vienna to make up time. There are 2 couples due to catch the train in Budapest and are getting a bit ...
... us want to pack up the cases and un pack. Took off at 9 for Salzberg. It was 3 1/2hours to get there then 4 back. We were hungry and tired although had a couple of Nana naps on the way. Passed the little town in Austria called Pentling where Pope Benedict was born. (Bit of trivia for you) . One town we passed thru the bus had to go thru these big thick arches that were actually Medieval gates hundreds of years ...