Hotel Restaurant Am Paulusbogen
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... has 208 stops. From 1978 to 1981 the organ was tonally and technically rebuilt giving it the sound it has today. It has 5 separate organs each with its own sound character. Áftef our walk we were treated to a 30 minute concert compliments of the cruise to experience its magnificent sound. The interior was a sight to behold. From here we went back on board to enjoy lunch and then we had free time to explore further sights. So we walked up to ...
... Cesky = Czech & Krumlov = crooked place
- Ahoy is goodbye
- Pension is both the income at old age & a B&B
- now that there is no iron curtain the elk, lynx & bear are also freely crossing the border
Had a walking tour around this quaint town then freetime, had lunch with Paine, Lacey, it was an Old Bohemian feast which had smoked chicken, smoked pheasant, millet, potato cake, dumpling, potatoes & salad, yummy in a ...
Captain Ralph Ramus had an important announcement for us last evening before our daily brief by Tony, the tour director. The Captain informed us that we had a problem ahead of us that threatened to severely disrupt our schedule. Due to lack of rain, a section of the Danube ahead of us was very low on water, posing a threat to navigating the ship. Despite the relatively shallow draft of our ship ( I think less than 2 metres) there was ...
... home in the afternoon in time for a siesta and the Tour de France on telly.
And now we're off home.
A glance at the featured map would lead anyone to think we were jet setters with nothing better to do with our time or money; but our zigzagging journey thru' Europe worked for us and we've thoroughly enjoyed our holiday.
Best of all we've been able to enjoy time with family and friends in the Netherlands, England, France and Croatia. That's the good ...
Arrived at Linz today which is the third largest city in Austria. Population 200,000, and is home Austria's largest steel company. From here we travel in the historic Majestic Emperor train to Salsberg. The train is very ornate and gives you an idea of what it was like to travel in style so many years ago. We had a coach trip around the city and then a walking tour followed by 2 hours free time. We had ...