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... a song only they knew and when the Prince joined in he was found and England paid the ransom and he was released. We are still concerned about the water level of the river. It is obvious along the shoreline that the water level is very low. There are markings also of a flood in 2000 that must have been quite catastrophic - after this flood more measures ...
... much to tell about this spot, as we really didn't explore it at all, but the pictures show it to be a lovely place. Several shipmates joined the Cruise Director at a local pub in the afternoon, but the beauty salon wore me out so a nap was in order. I'm not sure why Paul needed a nap, but he slept soundly too. In any event, here are just a few pictures of the quaint little town.
Marta & Paul
I think late night dancing was on the schedule for tonight, but by the time we finished the usual hour and a half dinner we were worn out. Galina, our wine steward from Bulgaria, finally relented and mixed some orange juice with the red wine and made me a glass of sangria with dinner! We also discovered the fried potato wedges. The chef says the spices on the outside are another secret from his mother. We made plans to meet for an early breakfast and headed to our separate ...
... a couples small pleasure boats. We passed through a few villages and paralleled the road at times. We only hit one hill, but for the most part the ride was flat and easy. We finally reached the crossing point to Spitz, but had to wait about 20 minutes for the ferry as we just missed the boat.
Now the ferry to Spitz is not the type of ferry you would see on the waters of the Puget Sound or departing from Schwartz Bay to Tsawassen. This thing was barely ...
... at one of the pubs for a glass of wine. Good times, many laughs! (We often travel as an eclectic group of 9. A father and his 2 daughters, from Baton Rouge and Connecticut. Another woman travelling without her husband, also from Connecticut. A couple from California. On this trip, we are the only 3 Canadians!). Back from our walking tour of Durnstein. Sunny morning. We are now sailing through the ...