Schloss an der Eisenstrasse
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... the abbey was originally a palace with ceremonial courts, guest apartments, grand hall and a library.
In th 11th century, Leopold 11 of Babenberg presented the palace to the Benedictine monks, who turned it into a fortified abbey. The hightlight is the "Stiftskirche, or Abbey Church. With its twin spires and high octagonal dome, the church has an astonishing number of windows. The monastic community of Melk is more than 900 years old and black ...
... 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.
... a walk with ellen erin ben maddi amy and alex • found salvena park which is like a massive kids playground • played mini golf (maddi and amy went back) • then went on these big swings and walked back • dinner at the hotel then a quiz night • team with ellen shan hannah erin ben and andrew • trivia was taking ages and we were all getting tired and annoyed • eventually finished then went to ...
... it badly. Its main importance to the church is the relic it has - a small, fingernail sized piece of wood which is supposed to have come from the cross of Christ. There is a school in the Abbey which takes about 800 secondary school pupils - both boys and girls. After our Abbey tour we returned to the ship for a BBQ while it sailed on to ...
... Unfortunately, the weather was cloudy with showers and visibility was limited. Vienna After dinner we took the optional tour for the Mozart & Strauss concert in Vienna. It was sooooo awesome!!!!! The music was phenomenal and they had a excellent mix of opera, symphony and the conductor was quite entertaining. It was one of the highlight of this trip along with Mt. ...