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September Viking Cruise

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My husband and I (mid 60's) are taking a Viking cruise from Amsterdam to Basel in September. I am an above knee amputee and while I walk well with a prosthesis, I am limited in distance walking. Does anyone have suggestions of things to do when we pull into docks of Kinderdijk, (Netherlands), Cologne, Koblenz & Rdersheim, Heidelberg & Speyer, Breisach (Germany) and Strasbourg (France). We end in Basel, but go directly to airport. Please try to keep my disability in mind. Can anyone suggest the best way for us to get from docks to cities sights--- taxi's, buses? Are these available upon arrival in the docks? We love to sight see, have lunch, shop, etc. Thanks for any help out there.

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