Parkhotel Bad Griesbach
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Todat we had breakfast at 8am and following breakfast we had a guided walking tour of Passau.
The tour started at 9:45am which included a walking tour of this historic town.
Passau is known as "The City of Three Rivers". It lies at the Inn, Danube and Ils rivers. It is the last major German city on the Danube at the border of Austria.
Passau (previously Latin: Batavis or Batavia) is a town in Lower Bavaria, Germany. It is also known as ...
... U dwau Maryi" or the 2 Mary's meals & 2 beers for €16, down the river front.
Watched several people in canoes go down this river, there was a type of weir at edge & several people fell out, walked up to the castle stopping at the old draw bridge as it is now a home for a few brown bears & one came out to play, the village is on 2 banks of the river, streets are narrow & cobbled, lovely to see.
Back to the boat which moved ...
... checked out the church - usual awesome interior - and browsed the shops. At 2pm set out for the short but scenic drive to Mondsee, the location for the wedding scenes for SOM. Check out the pic of one of the four lakes along the way. The church was just beautiful. Coffee at a streetwise cafe, then a 2 hour drive to Passau to meet the ship. Yes, our Captain has skilfully got the ship through to Passau. One ship was stranded along the ...
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 ...
This entry is coming one day late because somehow my post from yesterday got lost in the virtual world - not sure if I am in love with travelpod so far, but I suppose it will do. :) So, yesterday! What an awesome day!!!! Carole and I got to teach the students at KuMax and Waria Ward about our schools in Cleveland, and about what it is like to live in Tennessee. Some classes even got up and danced a line dance to Rocky Top Tennessee!! We gave out 60 t-shirts from Walker Valley ...