Prague to Paris

Tomorrow, I pack the telescope away for a month and embark on a European River Cruise.

We fly from Sydney, Australia to Prague for 3 days – then travel down to Budapest boarding the River Cruise boat for 15 days through to Amsterdam.

Along the river we stop at Vienna, Durnstein-Melk, Linz-Passau, Regensberg, Nuremberg, Bamberg, Wurzburg, Wertheim, Rudesheim and Cologne-Dusseldorf.

The TGV then takes us from Amsterdam to Paris for 9 days.

Depending on Internet access !!! I hope to post a few images during the journey. Otherwise will do so when I return in June.
Winter is approaching here and the first frost has already settled. I will “miss” the cold nights under the southern stars in May, but it will be good to spend a month in the European Spring.

 


7 thoughts on “Prague to Paris

  1. happy traveling allen! it looks like the trip of a lifetime … we have not seen eastern europe at all but we do spend time in paris with our son, which/who we love … when you return we will be up in the kimberly probably also out of touch … so have fun, looking forward to seeing your images when you return 🙂

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  2. You’re SOOOO lucky! This is awesome! I wish I could go to Prague one day. Safe journey and definitely post a pic or two when possible. Godspeed!

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  3. This is a nice trip! I Know most of the areas quite well (living nearby Munich) and you’ll get to see some beautiful places. We have a late spring this year, but now all is blooming and getting green.
    Have a nice Trip and enjoy! And do Not miss to taste some if the good wines from the shores of the rivers Donau (Danube) Main and Rhine.
    Greetings from Stefan

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  4. By the way – the german Part of the map must have been made by someone, who knows Germany as well as he knows the surface of Mars… 😉
    Explore it yourself and then make a better One! 😉

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    1. Thank you for your advice on the wine …. And yes I think the “map” is fairly diagrammatic. I have a google map for details. Time will prevent me seeing all the things I’ve pinned to that map as it always does for everyone travelling especially when I have such a short time in every place on the river.
      Regards. Wes

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