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... I took this time to catch up on my journal..ugh...the internet is not my friend in some places...so I do not have all my pictures on the blog but will enjoy them on my computer. We went through another lock, just about fit our long ship and it wasn't very deep. Then dinner and now rest time for tomorrow...
In another lock, Al is snoring...so no idea when ...
Following an after midnight departure from Vienna, we travelled through the night and awoke to a cruise through the Wachau Valley, rich in history and so very beautiful. So much so that it was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000. The valley features no bridges across the Danube (not permitted by UNESCO designation and only cable ferries will get one from side to side). In Durnsheim we saw the castle ruins where King Ric*************hearted was ...
... did a tour of the town from 2.30 to 3.30, then free time to wander and spend. They are known for their apricot products at this time, the tried apricot beer, schnapps, liquor, chocolates, and more.
In the evening we had a concert by 2 guys, 1 was the conductor and the other the lead violinist of the Slovakian national orchestra, they used a range of traditional pipe instruments amongst more traditional. They were excellent.
... they have music. The wine tasting was not like anything we have been to in the states. We were all seated at picnic-like tables in the tavern. The tables were set with a wine glass, a water glass and a bottle of sparking water. They poured almost a half glass of each of three wines. In between they gave the history of the grape, the wine, Austrian wine history in general ( all about the antifreeze) and the traditions involved with the ...
We had to get up at 6:30 today as we had an early tour through the Melk abbey. The day was cloudy to start but soon became sunny. We had been to Melk in 2004 but had only toured the abbey gardens, not the abbey itself. It is a working Benedictine abbey with about 30 monks and also functions as a working high school. We toured the museum which had a relic of the true cross, and an old copy of ...