Landgraf Hotel & Loft
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... cover with sweet mustard, it was okay, Treena and Diane had a big pretzel , we walked around , shop for postcards, and I bought some gloves and a outdoor stand 10.90 euro, they fit nice and warm,, 2 hour drive back to bus, a little tour of Linz the town, back at boat, long day,, meet the other for drinks etc,,, dinner was good, , Treena to bed, I stay out and heard some Dixie type music,, very good,, to bed 1030 or ...
... out that, at this point, I've already asked the bus driver several times whether there is a toilet on board (nein) and if we're going to be stopping soon (also nein). In fact, he is point blank refusing to speak in English to me. Even though he's speaking near-perfect to the American girl sat across the row. This seems fair. ANYWAY. It's at this moment, as I'm turning to blind panic, ...
... the trail began in ernest.....biking beside the river passing orchards, maze crops, densely forested hillsides, and fisherman sitting on the banks with their three rods per person in the water...catching what? I am not sure! Mostly it was very easy biking some of the trails share with roads but mostly we rode without worry of vehicles coming at us on the wrong side of the road. (Except at the start when we rode out on the main road...going the wrong way as we ...
... in German than it ever did in English!....sorry ELR fans! Went for a walk from our hotel to get our bearings. We were told the Old Town was very close. Armed with a map we made our way over to the old part of town. Here we found some grand buildings, churches, church grave yards and some beautiful, quaint streets. They have window boxes with geraniums growing......they look so nice! We made our way to see the ...
... were cutting, raking and baling hay. It was interesting to see. Again, we had a headwind, but not as strong as yesterday. It was pretty gusty and sometimes my poor wife would have to stand up to pedal through it, rather than go in reverse. We arrived in Grein, our stop for tonight around 4:00pm. We checked out the town, took pictures, visited a church and went to dinner with a couple from England. Their ...