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... had our daily briefing for tomorrow's route at 5.30 pm, then in for cocktails and Captains welcome dinner at 7pm. This was a 5 course meal...the food so far has been very impressive....and delicious. As I write this we are going through another lock..it is a bit unsettling I have to say..there are so many along the Danube as they also connected to hydro power stations. Tomorrow will be a busy day too..by Wedensday we may have internet access to hopefully "publish ...
Passau is a city of 50000 at the confluence of three rivers, the Danube,LLz and Inn.St Stephen's cathedral is one of the most beautiful I have seen. Full of art. There is an organ concert every weekday at 1200. Amazing sound as over 1900 pipes are part of this 2nd largest church organ in the world. There are many Neat shops and restaurants. They are recovering from the devastating floods of 2013 so there is much ...
We had a huge day travelling yesterday but it all went very smoothly. We left our accommodation at 7am to be at the airport 8am...check in went smoothly. Unfortunately Katie had a nasty tummy bug and was very unwell...didn't feel good seeing her off on her plane to Portugal ( she had an horrific trip but by evening all had settled down thank goodness.). We boarded our plane at the same time...flew Finnair to Helsinki then ...
... the Inn river. We cross over into Austria and continue along the bike path for a few miles. This has definitely got Bob thinking of another bike trip....as the bike path follows the river quite a long way. Passau is the beginning of many bike tours along the river to Vienna....about 300 km away. Back to Germany ...
... 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. ...