Landgraf Hotel & Loft
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... and is the third biggest city in Austria. It has an industry based on steel production (and was targeted and hence bombed heavily during WWII with 75% of the town destroyed), chemical production and higher education. The Austrian government has been investing heavily in infrastructure in recent years with an impressive new train station - at least the people get something back for their 40% of salary paid in income tax. Salzburg is a town on ...
Cool and dry this morning as we arrived in Linz for a very early rise to catch the Majestic Imperator train to Salzburg. Linz is the home of VAI Steel. The train is an exact replica of the Austrian Royals train from the 19th Century. The trip from Linz to Salzburg took 2 hours, but we were treated like royalty. We had the Royal Box, and we were served champagne, wine and canapés; truly a memorable experience.
As expected our ...
... do have a small medieval area of town and a town square. They have a museum of modern art (not my thing) that has a nice, big glass building.
We had a late brunch on the ship and then headed to Salzburg by bus. On the way up we made a stop in Mondsee, which is a town on a lake. It is also known as the location of the church from The Sound of Music. The lake was beautiful. Altogether it was a nearly 2 hour drive each way with about 3 hours in town, but it ...
... amazing, awe inspiring, overwhelming and truly inspiring! You cannot fathom the amount of work, skill, dedication and time spent in these churches built in the Middle Ages. We will never see this level of detail and beauty in this age. We have our farewell Gala Dinner tonight as tomorrow will be a very busy day for the staff as we get ready for disembarkation. As always, they out do themselves and ...
... The bells were ringing calling the parishioners to church. We then turned around, cycled passed the boat and boarded the first little ferry to cross the river and join Rad 1, the cycle path along the Danube. Our first stop was at a farm where we had chocolate and poppy seed cake, washed down with apple juice as the farm didn't have a licence to sell coffee. Whilst at the farm we saw our ship, M S Normandia sail by. We had ...