Gasthof Wilder Mann

Address: Goethestrasse 14, Linz, Upper Austria, 4020, Austria | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Innenstadt area of Linz, is near Hauptplatz and Lentos Kunstmuseum (Museum of Modern Art Linz).
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    Salzburg, the birthplace of Mozart.

    A travel blog entry by bernieandterry on Oct 22, 2015

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    ... it across the German border, with any trains going to Germany receiving special attention. The Syrians were very visible behind police lines but did not cause us any problems. In our 2 hour train trip back to the boat (which had moved on to Passau during our train ride) we were entertained by two young ladies singing several extracts from operas and later traditional Austrian folk songs, one of which selected Bill to help in the presentation of the ...

    Melk to Linz to Passau

    A travel blog entry by myxr80254 on Oct 22, 2015

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    ... like royalty with champagne and drinks, but with the added bonus of 2 very attractive young ladies entertaining us with songs from a Mozart Opera, and The Sound of Music.....Bill was singled out by one of the singers as the subject for part of one song; much to the amusement of the others
    We returned to the boat in Passau, Germany. Dinner again was first class. Another memorable day. We could easily get used to this ...

    Linz and Salzburg

    A travel blog entry by drmom on Oct 02, 2015

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    Today we started our day in Linz, Austria. It originated as a Celtic and then Roman town. At one point in the 1400s it was the center of the Holy German Roman Empire. Historically this is an industrial and trading city. Because of this it was bombed repeatedly in WWII, leaving few “old” buildings around. It is also known as where Johannes Kepler lived and taught math. Hitler spent some of his childhood years here, as ...

    Day 27 - Cycling from Engelhartzell to Brandstatt

    A travel blog entry by dewdsontour on Sep 06, 2015

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    (Cycled 47 km) We pulled back the cabin curtains to find grey skies and light rain. The bikes were being unpacked at 7 pm so Tony was down with his bike lock, on the dockside, to check that the tandem was secure but it was not a problem as the tandem had been put behind the man distributing all the hire bikes. After breakfast and making our packed lunches we set off towards the monastery (the only Trappist one in Austria) ...

    Day 26 - Boarded the MS Normandie at Passau

    A travel blog entry by dewdsontour on Sep 05, 2015

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    ... speaking guests and they turned out to be our new mates from Oregon and BC! In truth we are the only English speaking people from England, there is another party of about 8 from the USA and the remainder seem to be German. We are definitely the only ones with a tandem. The boat, crew, guests, food and itinerary for the trip all look very good and we are looking forward to this leg of our Eastern European ...