- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
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... chance and we felt it scrape the bottom for a few minutes . Other ships didn't chance it and we're off loading people who were not happy. Now today we by passed Passau and are full steam ahead so will know when wehave our daily briefing Tonight before dinner if we get to see Melk Abbey, or whether we are going straight to Vienna to make up time. There are 2 couples due to catch the train in Budapest and are getting a bit ...
... repack our luggage. We were docked in Passau for two nights and had an approx 150 mi round trip bus ride to visit Regensburg -- the subject of tomorrow's entry. Passau is on the Austria and Germany border and is known as the city of three rivers because the Danube is joined at Passau by the Inn from the south and Ilz from the north. The city dates back to late 5th century when ...
... drink consisting of rum, sugar, lime juice, sparkling water and mint.
Then it was off to dinner and tonight I enjoyed Filipino Shrimp Egg Roll, Osso Bucco, and Chocolate and Coconut Vienna complimented with red wine.
Following dinner, I decided to enjoy some of the night sights whilst cruising into Austria.
Then I decided to join the night'entertainment and enjoyed an Amaretto.
Then it was time to head off to bed. A full but fabulous ...
... checked out the church - usual awesome interior - and browsed the shops. At 2pm set out for the short but scenic drive to Mondsee, the location for the wedding scenes for SOM. Check out the pic of one of the four lakes along the way. The church was just beautiful. Coffee at a streetwise cafe, then a 2 hour drive to Passau to meet the ship. Yes, our Captain has skilfully got the ship through to Passau. One ship was stranded along the ...
... lunch of sausages and horseradish and a cold beer. This is just a beautiful city and our second visit was just as magical. Found the shop where they make the original Mozart's Balls, yum. Went to the fruit and veg I market and purchased a large pun net of strawberries and ate the lot on the train home. Late dinner and a few wines and an early night as we kicked on last night, needed a little ...