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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 ...
When exiting Marktl in the morning with one of our earliest starts (10am!), we knew we still had about 80km to cover in order to join Passau and meet the Danube again. Thinking we would find a grocery store later on for lunch, we decided to ride without stopping. Except, after Simbach am Inn, there would be no more store. Oops. However, while passing through the village of Ering, ...
After escaping the forest that was our hostess for one night, we needed to find the most direct route to Passau, where we would rejoin the Danube and continue our way to Vienna. We started by getting some breakfast at the local supermarket, and headed towards the highway, which a cycling path was following. Paved at first, it quickly turned into a rocky nightmare, and with the heat and the highway noise we decided we wanted to ride in ...
Today we did our coach day tour to Cesky Krumlov so we had breakfast in Germany, lunch in the Czech Republic and finished with dinner in Austria.
The coach from Passau was approximately 2hours to Cesky Krumlov and the countryide was amazing viewing along with being given a history lesson of the region from our guide Petra. On arrival at our destination it was off on a guided tour of this amazing medieval city with castle and its gardens overlooking ...
A day off the bikes! Had a late breakfast, no other guests eating then they arrived much later, must be a short cycle leg for them today. Made our way down to the old town waterfront on the Danube; found our boat, the Sissi, to do a cruise up and down the Danube. There are dozens of large cruise boats in town, some doing day cruises, others are ...