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Regensburg, Germany - Tuesday, 2 August 2011

semi-overcast 21 °C

Woke up to fog but that soon lifted and it looks like it is going to be a nice day. Not going ashore until after lunch, so having a relaxed morning.

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We are now on the Danube.

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Had a wonderful lunch today. The dining room was decorated in blue and white checks and Bavarian flags. We had sausages and beer and sourkraut and the dj played oompah songs. We all sang and danced between courses. Great fun. Sat with Joy and Beth from Brisbane. Some people didn't join in. Sad people.

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Pavel - one of our charismatic waiters!

Went ashore for a walking tour. Weather is sunny and warm.

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Came back to the ship and attended a cuckoo clock demo; very nice but the clocks were a bit too "big and busy" for my taste (and expensive). After dinner we were entertained by a seven piece brass oompah band and Phil and Lyn got up and sang "Waltzing Matilda".

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Straight to bed as up early tomorrow for a day trip to Cesky Krumlow in the Czech Republic.

Posted by gaddingabout 00:24 Archived in Germany

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