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Travel Blogs from Upper Austria
We left Aschachto to go by coach to Cesky Krumlova medieval town that has not been modernised .It was very interesting to walk around the little town there were local visitors were enjoying the little creek (swimming and rowing) I loved the buildings in this little town also the ...
... the centre. A lot of secondary students there, I think school maybe finishing shortly. Out onto the Danube trail along the north bank, nice easy riding on a relatively newly sealed trail. A variation of forest and farmland either side this morning with few hills. The river is busy with huge cargo barges, at least 80-100 metres long and also cruise boats. Stopped for lunch in a small village called St Georgen, visited a bakery aka bar, the landlord made us ...
... bike. But that’s just today, there’s another 48k tomorrow to see if things really do come in threes.
It was a perfect dayfor our ride from Mauthausen to Grein. We set early as there were promises of ...
... to our first ferry crossing point to find out "there was no ferry!" So kept heading east till we found a ferry and crossed over to the north, supposedly the better side although there are cycle paths on both sides of the Danube. A lot more cycle tourists now, a helluva lot our age or older. PM - Stopped for afternoon coffee at Feldkirchen, lovely little town right on the cycle path. Lots of cyclists, touring & road racing along the cycle path which is very safe ...
Turned on the TV and black clouds with lightning bolts were all over the map of Austria. Not a good sign for a day of biking. We emerged from the boat full of optimism as Andreas, our beloved events supervisor, had promised a rain-free cycle – and he was right, not a drop fell as we went on our way.
Talking of falling, your ...
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