This is the fifth in our series on Uniworld’s Gems of Northern Italy river cruise. To start from the beginning, click here. Today we focus on the small fishing village of Chioggia.
Hard to believe that glass blowing and bicycle riding have a common denominator, but they do in Wertheim Germany. This is the fourth in the series about our river cruise on AmaDante for AmaWaterways Europe’s Rivers and Castles. The first post can be found here, the second one here and the third one here.
Many people who have never taken a river cruise ask if they are boring. In fact that was my impression before I took my first one. I kind of associated the word "cruising" with sedentary people watching the world go by from their window. So I was delighted when we realized nothing was further from the truth And after a dozen or so river cruises, I know more than ever this is true. So in this blog, I'll share with you some examples I've observed that make river cruises NOT boring.
As a travel agent that specializes in river cruising, people ask me all the time about age and fitting in. I’ve found that many people think that only the “wheel chair” set goes on river cruises. So let me set the record straight: