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- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Arrived at Linz today which is the third largest city in Austria. Population 200,000, and is home Austria's largest steel company. From here we travel in the historic Majestic Emperor train to Salsberg. The train is very ornate and gives you an idea of what it was like to travel in style so many years ago. We had a coach trip around the city and then a walking tour followed by 2 hours free time. We had ...
... to watch as they all left kinda unfufilled because there was heaps of people there to put the fire out and they had hauled themself to stop the fire but it was a false alarm. The police came as well to give the neighbours a fine. We had a delicious dinner and went to bed.
... When we arrived at our friends home we were amazed at the gorgeous wooden house which greeted us. It is a beautiful house with ornate wooden ceilings and some really cool lights in the living room. We relaxed at once and watched some movies in German. Its amazing how entertaining a movie can be even if you don't know the language. We are going to really enjoy just relaxing for a couple of days before the next stage of our adventure. Bye for now.
... two hours to Deggendorf where we found the ship! It is very nice. After a quick shower, went to learn about Monday's travel plans and then dinner. Ready for a good night's sleep!!
I have some neat pictures on my phone but cannot get them onto my iPad. Will use ipad and real camera tomorrow. For now, I am heading to bed!!! Blessings to all.
... watched a whip cracking dance/performance.
Next it was time to head into dinner. On the way back in, Sannie, Bob and I were headed back to our room ( at the bottom of the ship) ( my shoes may have been wet from the snow), I stepped on the top step of the landing and my feet slipped out from under me. I jumped up and said "I'm alright". The maitre 'd was standing there and I told him I was ok. Felt like a goof. (It wasn't like when I fell last September, I ...