Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten
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- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... drink consisting of rum, sugar, lime juice, sparkling water and mint.
Then it was off to dinner and tonight I enjoyed Filipino Shrimp Egg Roll, Osso Bucco, and Chocolate and Coconut Vienna complimented with red wine.
Following dinner, I decided to enjoy some of the night sights whilst cruising into Austria.
Then I decided to join the night'entertainment and enjoyed an Amaretto.
Then it was time to head off to bed. A full but fabulous ...
... 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 ...
... then rejoin the ship in Passau. Our optional excursion was the 'Sound of Music' tour to Salzburg and Mondsee, Austria, revisiting the locations where the movie was shot. We set out at 8:15 for a two hour drive to Salzburg. The verdant pastures and hills of along the way are testament to the rich soils in the region. We also admired the beautiful little villages along the way with their characteristic Austrian cottages (wide gabled ...
Our second home exchange was in southern Bavaria about 125 kilometres from Munich for 2 weeks. Penny joined us in a large house set in an equally large wooded garden. Pfarrkirchen and other towns in the region are really nice, Passau being my favourite. The buildings are mostly painted pastel colours.
Everywhere is evidence of a strong economy and an ordered society. Everything is spic, span and well maintained. The towns are neat, the countryside productive ...
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 ...