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... It was really run to bike ahead of our ship, then stop to wave to our parents as they passed and take photos. The ride really gave us a great perspective of the small towns along the river, and the beautiful scenery which surrounds them. It was a great experience, and especially fun to ride into the city of Passau, crossing the river, and then along the large dam/hydroelectric plant that spans the river along the western side of the city. ...
... Castle near Klatovy.
Ger was the man on duty for driving this evening and had no problems in navigating the crazy German autobahn. We had to make a number of petrol stops along the way, and we made some epic purchases in ...
free bread for Emma on seeing some ‘bio stores’ which seemed to stock a range
of organic and health conscious goods, we located some gluten free ravioli as a
novelty for dinner on the camp stove tonight, and continued on to a quiet stop
in the tiny town of Murnersee. A campsite situated on a tranquil lake
surrounded by heavy forest, we set up our camp in glorious sunshine with our
front door a private ...
The main, and really only reason for our visit to Pilsen (or Plzen) was … you guessed it …. for beer!!! Apart from the beer, Pilsen has a nice old town, and is the European Capital of Culture for 2015. It is also on the Lonely Planet’s top 10 places to visit in Europe for 2014, so it has to
have something going for it!!!
There is a nice main square (Republic Square) which has the obligatory big old church, ...
41 kms AM - Wow, what a morning! The exhibits in the Gäubodenmuseum in Straubing were extraordinary; the Roman objects found buried there in 1950 are amazing! Metal breastplates, knee guards, shin guards, helmets, swords, silver coins etc in perfect condition. The Romans settled here in 70 AD and called the place "Sor-viodurum". PM - The Danube trail is well signposted, we have only lost it several times, mostly entering or leaving ...