Landgasthof zur Blauen Traube
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Along the river we also saw an area of vineyards on a hill that is called the hill of a thousand barrels if they have a successful harvest.
Also, another point of interest was sculpture that resembled a nose as if someone was buried beneath the dirt...it is situated in a city park...although it looked like a remote area to us. ...
... frescoes by Johann Michael Rottmayr, and the library (no photos allowed) contains around 80,000 medieval manuscripts.
The monastic community of Melk is more than 900 years old and black-robed monks still stroll amid the marble scriptures and frescoed walls. It is also a prestigious monastery school with more than 700 students. Our 1 hour tour with local guide was excellent and following the tour we strolled down through the town to ...
... when an admirer looks up at the steeple it looks as if they are closer to Heaven.
After celebrating mass we left Dürnstein and went to see the Melk Abby. Melk Abbey is a Benedictine abbey that has been restored over the years and is currently home to a group of monks. The many precious artifacts n the Abbey and the history of the building itself was ...
... so we were keeping in touch by email and Viber, so as we were leaving, their boat was docking. We all went to top deck on our respective boats, they on their way up river and us going down. With a lot of furious waving going on, we managed to see each other. Was a funny moment.
Went up on top deck to view and take pics but it was just freezing cold and the wind was very strong. It was only about an hour before we arrived at the gorgeous town of Durnstein.
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The cruise to Melk was very scenic even with the cloudy weather. Many small villages, cathedrals, and castles! When we arrived in Melk it was off to the abbey. There are about 30 Benedictine monks residing here and a school of about 900 students. Very beautiful church.....lots and lots of gold leaf. It's amazing the size of structures and the ...