Landgasthof zur Blauen Traube
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... the Crusades (ruins now - see photo) a long time ago. A little touristy now but quaint and nothing like it in Australia.
We came back to the ship at 10.00am then onto the buss to take us to the Melk Benedictine Monastery / Abbey. Wasn't as good for me as led to believe but the church itself was impressive with its 900 years of art history (see photos).
Crusing now ...
... people, Hitler himself. Why? Because by the middle of the war the Nazis had looted so much valuable stuff that they were running out of places to store it, so Hitler came up with the idea to store it in this beautiful space in Prague with the intent to eventually turn the place into a museum of curiosities pertaining to what he thought would soon be an extinct race of people. Twisted. Thankfully, the original graveyard with its staggering mish-mash ...
... with her husband Robert.
Angela took time to show us the amazing Baroque Monastery of Melk. We took a guided tour and had a great time. The church is amazingly beautiful and in the summer, bus after bus of tourists from all over the world come to see it. On the day we were there, our group was about 10 and there was one small group after us. Love that! And we visited a couple Heurigers, traditional restaurants attached to wineries that ...
Started in the town of Melk. Austria , took bus to Melk Abby , about a 5 minute bus drive, then we on top of hill to explore a monk Melk Abby , about 2000 year old, walking tour about 1 hour, the tour was from 0900-1115, we came back to ship so I can go on a bike ride tour, 20 miles or so, Treena had a wonderful massage, , I did bike tour there was 29 of us on bike tour, the tour was very nice, but the bikes need some upgrades, the sits where very ...
... of a minstrel (supposedly that of Ric*************heart) and a maiden by his side. We were heading to the charming village of Durnstein, hence the statue just witnessed. Ric*************heart,
offended Leopold in Palestine by casting down his standards from the walls at the battle of Acre and kept all the booty. Hence, when in 1191 Ric*************-Heart tried sneaking through the Wachau Valley disguised as a peasant, ...