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- Continental Breakfast
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... This meant pretty towns on each side and castles on the hills above. We pulled into Linz around 5 to find a music festival in progress on both sides of the river. We got off and had a long walk up and down the main shopping street. There seemed to be an ice cream stand every 20 feet so it didn't take us long to succumb. We bought some sunscreen, hoping that this wouldn't jinx the rest of the trip. ...
... it was interesting and nothing like anything we get in Australia. We set off again on the boat around 10.30am and had a quiet day on the river - just chatting to people, eating and drinking and watching the world go by. Very pleasant. We arrived in Linz around 4 .30pm and took ourselves off for a trip into the main town. Linz is the third largest town in Austria with a population of over 250,000. As we had tied up near the centre of the city, it ...
... 8217;t get food from shops, you MUST go to restaurants. They are in all the good spots, but when you just want a quick snack to move on you can’t do it. You are basically being forced into a restaurant to pay more than you want for food. It is very popular obviously but annoying when missioning around.
I went looking for a local shop to resupply our food (as we didn’t want restaurant food) as we had virtually none and found ...
It was very fun arriving in Passau by bicycle last night, and riding into the city gave us a better appreciation for its position as a city built at the confluence of three rivers -- the Ilz (runs from Switzerland and is known as the black river), the Inn (the strongest current and known as the green river, also key source of prior salt trade and wealth for the city) and the "blue" Danube (our guide said she has lived here ...
... the glass maker we visited is called Theresienthal, which is reputed to be the finest maker of exquisite glass in Germany. The company experimented with going “main stream” in 2002 and had to file bankruptcy as a result. In the process a wealthy industrialist brought in Boston Consulting Group to assist with the turnaround, and today the company produces exclusively very high end and collectible glassware ...