Landgasthof zur Blauen Traube

Address: Ysperstrasse 4, Yspertal, Lower Austria, 3683, Austria | 2 star b&b
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This 2 star B&B is located on Ysperstrasse 4, Yspertal.
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    Travel Blogs from Yspertal

    Melk Abbey & Durnstein

    A travel blog entry by crabby on Jul 11, 2015

    23 photos

    ... The museum portion was quite interesting giving a sort of visual timeline of the Catholic Church. In the photos, you,lol see a cross that is of the 1300's & represents a Greco-Roman perspective which stresses more the divinity of Jesus (surrender, peace) than whe baroque period to follow which became both more ornate and focused more acutely on his humanity (pain, suffering). Benedict tried to make ...

    Riding on the metro- oh-oh

    A travel blog entry by crabby on Jul 08, 2015

    11 photos

    Normally we wouldn't be so excited to see rain while on holiday however, it brought the temperature down almost 20degrees. We hooked up with our tour guide, Marielore, who it turns out is a Countesses. Will have to get nosy for details tomorrow. . . We went with her (on the Metro- very exotic for us Floridians -) to Schoenbrunn, the Hapsburg's main (though not only) summer palace. Very Versailles-ish but NO photos allowed inside so very few ...

    Durnstein and Melk in the Wachau Valley

    A travel blog entry by dingleydave on Jul 01, 2015

    2 comments, 13 photos

    Today we are travelling through the Wachau Valley famous for its beautiful wines especially the Riesling and perhaps the best Gruner Veltliners in the world. This morning we will take a walking tour of the small village of Durnstein. What a fantastic little town this is. It is one of Austria's smallest towns, less than 1000 people. The cobblestone streets are narrow and have many small speciality shops, ...

    The Hills Are Alive

    A travel blog entry by hippler on Nov 14, 2014

    3 comments, 66 photos

    ... but this beauty does it all in one boil in just a couple of hours. Several barrels were seen in the back. They're the mash of various fruits that are fermenting for a couple weeks. When they're done, the mash is added to the still to distill the alcohol.

    I'm no expert but I've read enough to know how it works and loved seeing the different steps via glass windows and lights to see inside. It was very impressive and we got to ...

    Monumental Melk

    A travel blog entry by 2013 on Jul 03, 2014

    22 photos

    ... paths deeply engrossed in their meditations. It was so quite away from the hub bub of the Abbey itself. The minute details appeared - a throne-like seat moulded from a group of rocks, surrounded by single rocks for the 'peasants', along with many fake birds placed included in quirky sculptures of 'Nature' scattered throughout the garden. Would have loved to have discovered the person's intent! With our deadline to be back ...