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... a song only they knew and when the Prince joined in he was found and England paid the ransom and he was released. We are still concerned about the water level of the river. It is obvious along the shoreline that the water level is very low. There are markings also of a flood in 2000 that must have been quite catastrophic - after this flood more measures ...
... 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 ...
... our standard sausage with mustard and fresh horsradish. We then wandered around the town (I found a goregous Italian coat for the rainy season in Seattle) and we ended up at a little ice cream shop where we bought some ice cream before we wandered down to the boat dock to wait for the boat.
As we waited, the two women we had run into early showed up and we started talking. “Billie” and “Tiffany” were from … wait for it, Snohomish and ...
... Remnants of a castle high upon the hill at Durnstein are clearly visible, and the church built in the early 1400's as part of the Monastery of the Order of St. Augustine is truly remarkable. We had fantastic lunch at a local eatery (the quality of which can only be found at a family run establishment in a small out of the way town) and enjoyed walking through the charming town.
That evening we were treated to a truly Austrian experience at a heuriger ...
Arrival in Amstetten:
4:20 and Edith and Hans picked us up. Good friends never hesitate to be, where you need them at the right time.
To avoid the jetleg, we intended to stay awake. Patricia had cooked a nice welcome meal, and we all were excited to see each other and happy and hyped up, ...