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... cruises up, walked through the town up the hill towards the old town hall, amazing art work on the wall even has a foot sticking out, up to the cathedral, a Gothic style building on to the new residence & a lovely rose garden, down the hill again & free time, went for a beer, stopping at one of the 9 breweries in town, shopping, back to the boat. Sailed earlier than the plan so here's hoping we will be back on schedule soon.
... not as successful as they hoped. Each lock takes abut 1/2 hour to go through. Pay €2/km & docking fee €500/night
After dinner we had a Bavarian beer experience & beer tasting. Had discussions on 4 distinctive beers, bit like a wine tasting, the Gutmann Weisse wheat beer was amazing, 3 different tastes from 1 bottle, depending whether the glass was poured first r last.
... arrived back on board at 6pm.
We then re-settled ourselves and met the new crew after which we enjoyed our dinner.
Dinner consisted of Poached asparagus with Prosciutto, Braised Beef Brisket Meat Empanada and White Chocolate Honey Mousse.
Following dinner we all went up to the bar for a night cap, then it was time for bed to rest up for the next day.
... the not large but vertically committed hill upon which the ancient castle was built. We were unable to locate the road where upon we might have achieved this objective so we returned to the car, stopping only to eat sweet, fat cherries hanging invitingly from a tree along the way.
Having been scuppered in our attempt to exercise our legs we went directly to lunch and after eating we fed the fish outside who were frantic in their individual efforts to ...
Unfortunately the bus ride to Prague wasn't so great. This time we had a normal Greyhound style bus which was absolutely packed. The poor hostess had a hard time: from announcing everything in Czech, English and German, serving hot drinks and checking tickets. All of this with a pretty small aisle! Nevertheless after an hour and a half, we crossed over the border into Prague. The border was pretty unimaginative and nobody was getting ...