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Travel Blogs from Langdorf
... face down to avoid both the guilt trip and shame brought by begging. This was different to Krakow as many beggers carried signs 'money for beer'. Older women pushing carts collecting rubbish and the homeless woken cruely in the morning reminded me of my blessings.
... our rooms around 3:30pm and Manu called my uncle Manfred in Blaibach, Germany on a few miles away. Manfred will be meeting us in two hours for dinner at our hotel. We looked around and found a Laderhosen shop so Carlos bought a complete outfit for $230.
Bonnie, Tom and I headed back to the hotel to have some drinks and wait for my uncle Manfred. Mandfred and his wife Seglinde arrived so we moved ...
... traditional establishment. Not withstanding the bus ride we had a good day.
the problem was the following day when we were bused for around 8 hours and our time in Nuremberg severely truncated.
The less said about that day the better.
the saving grace was the beautiful hotel at the end of the day.
... Sound gross. Salzberg was lovely but it was a long day for just an hour. We saw nationalities from everywhere. From a genuine Austrian playing a harp in the gardens to some guys who looked like Incas playing wooden flutes etc. lots of beggars too. Such a crowded place. Shops looked lovely but no time to fossick around. Coming home it rained all the way and we were willing it down so we could get thru today. Our captain ...
Hi all, still on the ship which moved 4 hours down river while we were out today. It's rained a lot up in the mountains today, so they are hopeful we will take off at 6.30am the water level has definitely risen and flowing a lot faster. It's certainly not Blue This Danube. They said it may even only have 10 centre meters to get thru so if all goes well we will sail and make up the time we have lost. Fingers crossed. ...