Dorf Gerliotzer Alpe

Address: Bodensdorf, Austria, Bodensdorf, Carinthia, Austrian Alps, Austria | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bodensdorf, Austria, Bodensdorf.
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Travel Blogs from Bodensdorf

Durnstein to Melk through the Wachau valley

A travel blog entry by gaosborne on Jun 10, 2015

4 comments, 14 photos

... to the beauty. So lucky with the weather but better not speak too soon. Arrived in Melk & have decided not to visit the Benedictine abbey as my ankle is playing up today despite panadol / voltaren. Have an ice pack to reduce swelling. You decide to walk, walk, walk when on coach trip & obviously my tendons/ ligaments have gone into lock down. Bugger, but as I've a whole day trip to Chesky Krumlov in the Czech Republic (or any chance to go ) I need to rest ...

Various towns on our way to Melk

A travel blog entry by joeandemtomai on Jun 04, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... Donau. Cobbled pathways, stone and wood buildings with no rules for construction! I enter farmland- cows munch, cabbage and wheat are growing and old Hans is fixing his tractor.. Guten Morgen! Swinging round the peninsula we arrive at our camp site. Setting up our tent over looking the Donau we freshen up and stroll into town. The sun still beaming at 8pm we have a bite to eat under the watchful eye of the beautiful Maria Taferi. ...

Krems to Melk - the Wachau Valley. 43kms

A travel blog entry by linley_t on May 16, 2015

9 photos

... a few stops along the way so we had to keep an eye on the time. The cycling is beautiful, following along beside the river. Our first main stop is in Durnstein (I think) where we parked our bikes at the House of Colours which has a free WC! We wandered up the Main Street (cobblestones) and had a taste of apricot schnapps. Delicious! Then Cheryl bought another scarf. I nearly bought a boiled wool jacket but didn't due to space issues with my luggage! Back on the bike ...

Durnstein to Krems: Heaven on Earth

A travel blog entry by bandrpullen on Apr 10, 2015

1 comment, 33 photos

... to Durnstein for their civil ceremony because she always loved this town, then took a boat back up to the abbey in Melk for their church service - her father died when she was two and she thinks of the monks as extra fathers). Bob bought come chocolate candy balls with apricot ( we thought dried apricot until we took a bite and discovered it was apricot schnapps - none for Jayj).

I found a shop where they made jewelry from twisted silver. Someone who had ...

Come Ride With Me, Let's Ride, Let's Ride Away

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Sep 14, 2014

12 photos

... entire 20 miles.

Anyway, the guidebooks all recommended that you set off on the south side of the Danube, cut across at Spitz (just over the half way point to Durnstein) and then continue from Spitz to Durnstein. As luck would have it though we actually didn't have a choice since the trail from Melk to Spitz on the north side was blocked for the Waccau Valley Marathon. Turned out to be a huge bonus for the trip because each of the little villages on ...