Travel Blogs from Krems, Austria

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Chilly, but not quite so damp, Krems, Austria travel blog

Chilly, but not quite so damp

A travel blog entry by tobyh

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... chairs so I could listen to W. Amadeus in comfort. Good performance in an eminently suitable setting. On Saturday I got a train to Krems-an-der-Donau, a fairly large town, not surprisingly beside the Danube. The first three hotels I went to were full (I ...

Es regnet, es regnet, es regnet seinen Lauf 84km, Krems, Austria travel blog

Es regnet, es regnet, es regnet seinen Lauf 84km

A travel blog entry by stoni

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Das BORG ist mit dabei Endlich - unser großer Tag ist gekommen. Wir haben es endlich geschafft zu unseren Helden vorzustoßen. Jakob Foramitti, Christoph Kögler, Benjamin Schön und ein glücklicher Lehrer durften mit Michael und Otto die letzten 25km ...

Following the Danube, Saltzburg, Wels, Linz, Mauthausen, Melk, Krems, Vienna, Austria travel blog

Following the Danube

A travel blog entry by jnewcomb

... where I will be heading next. The big guns.. Dom and its intricate mouldings High street where Mozart was born Austria's lake district 29 July, Friday Start point: Salzburg End point: Altmunster, Near Gmunden, Lake Traunsee ...

Krems an der Donau, Krems, Austria travel blog

Krems an der Donau

A travel blog entry by neason

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... right next door to the uni!) we walked around her uni for a bit, which was nice and modern, then went back to the car. krems is a wine region (apparently!) so the hills are all terraced like italy. next we drove up a steep hill to a monastery, it was ...

Well, That's a Grape of a Different Color!, Krems, Austria travel blog

Well, That's a Grape of a Different Color!

A travel blog entry by whitea

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... in bed by 11pm to prepare for our next adventure... My study abroad program subsidized a trip to the Wachau region of Austria last Sunday. It wasn't a particularly thrilling trip, but the region was beautiful. We visited a monastery, the castle ruins ...

Balade dans le Wachau, Krems, Austria travel blog

Balade dans le Wachau

A travel blog entry by emeric.bensaci

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... la voiture de Ruth, direction la vallee du Danube, dans le Wachau, la region viticole proche de Vienne. Nous nous arretons en premier a Krems, a 70 Km au nord ouest de Vienne. C'est une ville tres jolie, ancienne, ou nous deambulons dans les rues, en ...

Nuremburg to Krems an der Donau (Austria), Krems an der Donau, Austria travel blog

Nuremburg to Krems an der Donau (Austria)

A travel blog entry by lintonandjames

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... . We rejoined the cycle path out of the city where the river narrowed and the valley became steep and mountainous as we entered Austria, creating some breathtaking scenery which blew us away. We stopped after a couple of hours cycling on the bank of the ...

Krems, Krems, Austria travel blog

Krems

A travel blog entry by corr

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This area of Austria is called the Wachau region because of its extremely fertile land where they produce wine. Everywhere you look you see vineyards even on really steep mountains. We stopped at a couple vineyards to sample the wine. This is a nice break ...

Quirky Krems, Krems an der Donau, Austria travel blog

Quirky Krems

A travel blog entry by nadia.melham

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... far so good! (I am also aiming to develop a love for Olive's and red wine - it will be done!) Some quirky Krems happenings thus far:      - The Canadians and myself have also discovered that our house mate Cecile the Frenchie is ...

Krems and a day off, Krems, Austria travel blog

Krems and a day off

A travel blog entry by i_could_walk

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... to be to drag the anchor and move really slowly. The clouds threatened rain and its the first time I've needed a jacket for ages. Krems has an odd shape; kind of squashed teardrop with the floodable and boat stuff next to the river. The old itself (which ...

Promoting introduction or intoxication?, Krems an der Donau, Austria travel blog

Promoting introduction or intoxication?

A travel blog entry by nadia.melham

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... from K-mart? On the other hand, they have about 10 supermarkets in the one town, but weirdly none of them have a decent meat section. Austria is big on hams, veal, pork, and knackwurst - we are yet to find a variety of chicken, lamb, turkey, or fresh ...

Krems? Shouldn't we be in Durnstein?, Krems, Austria travel blog

Krems? Shouldn't we be in Durnstein?

A travel blog entry by glees99

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we arrived in Krems after passing Durnstein along the Danube. This was a great sailing day  as we got to see a number of castles and other buildings on the banks of the river.  After docking we visited Durnstein at the same time a thunderstorm ...

Ups and downs,, Krems, Austria travel blog

Ups and downs,

A travel blog entry by i_could_walk

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... was an even narrower gorge and quite pretty. I said hello to various people on the trail as you do. In the end I got into Krems about 4pm. At 56 miles its decent day (after yesterdays disaster). I do need a rest day; the washing situation is desperate and ...

One hell of an exchange semester!, Krems an der Donau, Austria travel blog

One hell of an exchange semester!

A travel blog entry by nadia.melham

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To write a conclusion of my exchange semester in Krems, Austria. Where to begin? I think it will be best summarised by a few lists otherwise we could be here all day. Observations of Austria the country: - It has the most amazing landscape! From massive ...

Cruise day to Krems, Krems, Austria travel blog

Cruise day to Krems

A travel blog entry by c.i.222

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... .  Today's chairman, Franz Bauer, together with 19 members of the board controls the destiny of Austria's largest wine producers.   Winzer Krems deliver 990 hectares of vineyards with the harvest all carried out by hand.  Only fully ripe ...

Danube River Valley Day, Krems to Melk, Austria travel blog

Danube River Valley Day

A travel blog entry by theleefamily

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... day in Krems, a quaint town at the start of the Valley. We strolled and looked at many of the interesting older buildings. From Krems we drove on to Durnstein, by way of the vineyards in the Valley. We saw terraced vineyards and the stately homes on the ...

Feeling 22, Krems an der Donau, Austria travel blog

Feeling 22

A travel blog entry by jenyfromtheblog

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The Thursday before my birthday was a solid day of classes (yes, these are rare) and not the most exciting but anticipation was in the air...since I accidentally walked in on Katie & Nadia doing some secretive planning, and ended up making them ...

From Durnstein to Melk, Krems-Land District, Austria travel blog

From Durnstein to Melk

A travel blog entry by robyngraeme

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We had a wonderful morning cruise through the Wackau Valley this morning, sitting on the top deck, sipping the local white wine with a gentle breeze. There were vineyards on the steep banks and of course all had to be hand picked. The first of many old ...

First few days in Krems, Krems an der Donau, Austria travel blog

First few days in Krems

A travel blog entry by laurenporter6

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... be hosting throughout the semester and they also mentioned how they will be planning trips to Budapest, Graz, Salzburg and the south of Austria! After the tour we went back to our apartment to get ready for our night at the wine garden, an event put on ...

Day 4 - River Cruise (stop at Durnstein), Krems, Austria travel blog

Day 4 - River Cruise (stop at Durnstein)

A travel blog entry by dhhtravel

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Durnstein ...

Keep Calm and Krems, Krems, Austria travel blog

Keep Calm and Krems

A travel blog entry by jordanruf

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... will just be a summary of what has happened in the first 3 weeks of my exchange. To begin, I live in a little town called Krems, which is roughly an hour away from Vienna. The town is adorable - there are only 2000 people at my university and there are ...

Next..., Krems an der Donau, Austria travel blog

Next...

A travel blog entry by lizzierees

This week has gone so quickly! Moving to another hotel today. This time were going to Krems! (Strange name.) Not much to report here... Hotel is very nice and a very good ...

Karneval!, Krems an der Donau, Austria travel blog

Karneval!

A travel blog entry by laurenporter6

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... it.  Jordan and I then went to a nearby bar to end the night. We spent the night talking to two guys who live in Krems. The one guy told me his story of being trapped under an avalanche once which was quite a shock.  Overall, once again, the ...

Wachau Valley, Krems, Austria travel blog

Wachau Valley

A travel blog entry by frewcandy

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Our favourite place so far this trip!  We hired our bikes for the day and did the bike ride from Krems which follows the Danube River and winds through little villages, vineyards and has incredible scenery and views over the valley.  It ...

Melk to Krems - Day 21, Krems, Austria travel blog

Melk to Krems - Day 21

A travel blog entry by sydandval

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... ; Lunch, hardboiled egg and tomato sandwiches, in the shade of a tree and we were ready for some sightseeing.  Krems and its smaller neighbour Stein am Krems have some interesting old buildings - some with monochrome and painted decorations.  We ...

Sound of settling, Krems an der Donau, Austria travel blog

Sound of settling

A travel blog entry by hollythornton13

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I can't believe that it has been almost a full month since I made the move to Austria! So much has happened in these past couple of weeks, but as I reached my apartment after an amazing weekend in Slovenia this past weekend (more on that later), I felt as ...

Charming town ideal base for seeing Wachau Valley, Krems an der Donau, Austria travel blog

Charming town ideal base for seeing Wachau Valley

A travel blog entry by rnriggins

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Krems, 4 days in, Krems an der Donau, Austria travel blog

Krems, 4 days in

A travel blog entry by jenyfromtheblog

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... , but incase you missed it - I am encouraging mail to my address for the next 5 months: Drinkweldergasse 1, 3500 Krems an der Donau, Austria :)  I'll be featuring different segments on Krems as my lifestyle progresses here. Hope you enjoy take one! ...

Only for medicinal purposes, Krems, Austria travel blog

Only for medicinal purposes

A travel blog entry by jkutzik

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The town of Krems is famous for Bailoni Liquor, apricot-infused liquors, jams and candy. We had to sample some and we gave it two thumbs ...

Danube cycle path Melk to Krems, Krems, Austria travel blog

Danube cycle path Melk to Krems

A travel blog entry by cytravel

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... crazy people like the middle-aged women with the blow up Michael Jackson, exhibitionists and a couple of people who could sort of carry a tune. I would have to say that Austria's super talent is not to be found on TV but in the wine makers of the Wachau. ...

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