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... the cathedral, which is noted for its huge organ. It is a baroque cathedral, which means no stained glass so the interior is bright and the ornate frescos and statues can be seen clearly. The exteriors are mostly plain and white. The guide said that in Germany you have to pay a 1.5% church tax. Passau is at the junction of three rivers, the Danube, the Inn and the Ilz. Because of that, it gets flooding ...
... for the trip down the Danube to arrive in Linz late afternoon. St Stephen's church was the highlight of the short tour - a barque style church with the largest organ in Europe. Very ornate decoration but I must admit they are beginning to look much the same. These old towns centre around an old cobblestone square, usually surrounded by cafés and tourist shops with a fountain or statue in the middle and one or more old churches at the ...
... her life and never seen it blue). The city is built on what is essentially a peninsula, surrounded by all of the rivers, and really looks beautiful from an aerial view.
The rivers do create lots of flooding challenges, with the most recent flood having occurred on June 6, 2013 (one of the worst in history), reaching up to the middle of the second story of many buildings (at least 30 feet above the level today).
... It was really run to bike ahead of our ship, then stop to wave to our parents as they passed and take photos. The ride really gave us a great perspective of the small towns along the river, and the beautiful scenery which surrounds them. It was a great experience, and especially fun to ride into the city of Passau, crossing the river, and then along the large dam/hydroelectric plant that spans the river along the western side of the city. ...
... straight line along the river, no change of scenery, something of a highway for bicycles if you will. So I just put on my earphones and pedaled without thinking. With all the carbs we ingested we barely needed breaks anyways. After passing by many joggers and the Passau university, we finally arrived in the center of the city. Two things I didn't know about Passau are that it's almost ...