Arte Hotel Krems
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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. ...
... and graveyard. More villages exploring - my head now spinning from the rush of experiences today alone - and the replica of Neolithic statue found in the region - a civilisation over 30,000 years ago. A bit of head wind to contend with, through fields, over bridges, forest paths, and back to the ship. So we left at 9.30am, returned at 4pm and ride about 45km. Sore bum, wrecked knees attest. Tonight there is the crew amateur show. Planning an ...
... all - alcohol! These people were just pouring cups of wine and handing them to us as they passed by - we even took shots of wine from IV bags off of a nursing float! I can honestly say I have never done that before and probably shouldn't do that again. After the parade, everyone hung out in the centre square of the city, where there were beer bars and food booths set up with a lot of live music and good vibes. The party continued on well into the night - with ...
... floods over the years. You see a photo of Shirley pointing to 4th June 2013, which is almost twice her height and she would be standing at the same level as the top of the bank in the previous photo. It helps to see why there are was so much damage. It is amazing how quickly they have been able to get virtually everything back to normal.
So then back to the ship and wait for tea and tonight is a quiet night before a big day tomorrow, but more about that next time.
... the captain and cruise director Matyas at every briefing.
During the first delay, the captain knew of a tiny town called Berching and berthed there. It turned out to be our favorite town on the tour so far. Un-touristy and absolutely beautiful. We traded in Salzburg for the Danube Gorge, missed Melk but made it to Krems and enjoyed Vienna today. All in all, trading in two cities for some excellent options was not too shabby. Now that we're officially ...