Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten
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... some cough drops at a grocery store as all the drug stores were closed. Hopefully she won't have to use them. After dinner we went up on to the sun deck to take in the show. It seemed to be sponsored by the Ars Electronica Centre. There were huge crowds of people and all the buildings were lit up and the ARC building was blinking and changing colour. There was a flotilla of gaily decorated boats ...
... for the trip down the Danube to arrive in Linz late afternoon. St Stephen's church was the highlight of the short tour - a barque style church with the largest organ in Europe. Very ornate decoration but I must admit they are beginning to look much the same. These old towns centre around an old cobblestone square, usually surrounded by cafés and tourist shops with a fountain or statue in the middle and one or more old churches at the ...
... br> The small ferry arrived right on time and cars on first, then the bikes. One car was left behind and if this was an Asian ferry it would’ve got on no worries at all. I could see the wasted space! After we were dropped off following a pleasant cruise across the lake it went back and got the last car. Nice friendly service, as it runs hourly only.
By this point we’d already chalked up 36 km and I was pretty keen to ride ...
... her life and never seen it blue). The city is built on what is essentially a peninsula, surrounded by all of the rivers, and really looks beautiful from an aerial view.
The rivers do create lots of flooding challenges, with the most recent flood having occurred on June 6, 2013 (one of the worst in history), reaching up to the middle of the second story of many buildings (at least 30 feet above the level today).
... to meet up with our ship in the town of Passau. It was a beautiful ride, with a well maintained bike path in place all of the way, and a fun stop at a local beer garden (for some very tasty Weiss Beer) in Vilshofen about halfway along the way. Interestingly, this beer garden also bordered the runway of a small local airport, and a number of single engine planes took off and landed during the hour we stopped to enjoy the local ...