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... the Danube for a bit. Before you know it we are back to the ship. We sail around noon towards Vilshofen, Germany our final stop. The sun cooperates and for the first time we can sit out on the top deck, German beer in hand, and watch the scenery!! We are scheduled for an "Octoberfest" tonight and then it's time to ...
... farming town of Baernzell. Sampled the local schnapps (called Bayernwurz), and enjoyed the local rye bread fresh from the 300 year old brick oven. After indulging in local specialities, we took a horse drawn carriage ride through the beautiful farmland, which was very peaceful.
Our next stop was the town of Zweisel, only 10,000 people, but very famous for its Bavarian glass. Hand made, hand colored and hand carved, very ...
... had a good walk around the town, had a picnic in one of the pretty little parks, and walked along and sat by the river which was very relaxing.
The afternoon we arrived we did a tour of Pilsen’s historical underground. The tour was in Czech, but we had an audio guide in English, and it was interesting wandering the labyrinth of passageways, cellars and wells dating back to the 14th century. The tunnels were ...
... On the subject of signs, it's very pleasing to see very few traffic or other signs around, no sign clutter!! There's a lot to like about this part of Germany, the people are helpful, friendly, courteous to cyclists and go quietly about their work. The only downside I can see is their smoking habits, everyone smokes! There are cigarette vending machines in hotels, in the streets and even the side of the road, a pack of twenty costs ...
... on sauerkraut and Lana turkey medallions all washed down with beer! A lot of high school kids dressed up in Bavarian costumes and yelling & shouting, we suspect High School maybe finished! Our accommodation along the Danube has varied from private guesthouses to four star Hotels. All have been excellent, great hosts in the Gasthaus to informative staff at the Hotels. And they all speak English, to varying ...