Cycling the Danube – Day 3 – Linz to Enns

We woke up at Linz and decided to have a relaxed day. Our amazing hosts kindly proposed to help us with it. We started by having a great Austrian breakfast.

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Afterwards Neta stayed at the apartment, while Alicja and I drove our bicycle to Enns so we can start tomorrow riding from there. Then we got back to take Neta, picked up Simon and went to see a nice view of Linz from a hill.

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We then went to St. Floran, with a beautiful Abbey. We went there to hear many people sing and play the orchestra.

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From St. Floran we went to visit Enns, the oldest city of Austria, more than a thousand years old. In the main city square they have a big tower built in the 1500s.  We climbed up to have a fine view of the town and it’s surroundings. We saw the sunset and even wrote our names like a tacky couple.

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Descending from the tower, Alicja and Simon took us to their pretty home city, Steyer. It is also a medieval city, with two rivers crossing it. We took a short walking tour before returning to Linz.

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On the way I checked my phone and the automatic bot I activated reported a change in Tel Aviv University.. We checked it and found out that.. Neta got into Med school!!! Woohooooo

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We celebrated with Alicja and Simon with champagne before having dinner and going to sleep. What an exciting day!

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2 thoughts on “Cycling the Danube – Day 3 – Linz to Enns

  1. Erez

    מזל טוב לרגל קבלתך ללימודי רפואה באוניברסיטת תל אביב
    גאה בך מאד
    אבא

    שמרי על עצמך

  2. Pingback: Cycling the Danube & Vienna 2015 – Video + Summary | Omer's traveling blog

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