Most of our trip was on this ship. River cruising is a neat way to get around. I would take another river cruise someday when I am old enough to travel this way. The people on the tour were generally old enough to retire without penalty. I knew it would be another generation when I signed up for a tour but it was nice to have everything planned for you.
This is the town square in Nuremberg. The clock went around in a song and dance at noon.
This was a optional tour that took us down the Danube Gorge.
Cesky Krumlov was one of our favorite cities on the tour. It was an optional day tour from Germany back into the Czech Republic. It was a quaint town with a castle and twisted streets.
Above is Schonbrunn Imperial Palace in Vienna. This Palace did have some beautiful embroidery and needlepoint chairs. Schonbrunn was having an Easter market that was fun to walk through. We were just a little early in the season for the spring flowers. Vienna was mainly just a city with tons of high end shopping. You really have to question why Burberry and Escada need to be on every corner. You would think that such a specific target market could walk around the corner to the nearest store.