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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Durnstein / Wachau / Melk

A travel blog entry by redmonds on Dec 24, 2014

23 photos

... the Crusades (ruins now - see photo) a long time ago. A little touristy now but quaint and nothing like it in Australia.

We came back to the ship at 10.00am then onto the buss to take us to the Melk Benedictine Monastery / Abbey. Wasn't as good for me as led to believe but the church itself was impressive with its 900 years of art history (see photos).

Crusing now ...

A reminder of man's inhumanity to man.

A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Dec 17, 2014

... any photos. There are no signs or requests not to, but it just doesn't feel right and they would do nothing to properly convey what the place is like. We all came away from it feeling pretty sombre. We then crossed the border into the Czech Republic and everything became confusing! The language is incredibly different, there's no guessing at what things might mean because it is so radically different to English. And the money is completely ...

The Hills Are Alive

A travel blog entry by hippler on Nov 14, 2014

3 comments, 66 photos

... green wine" or Junger Weins.

At the first heuriger we went to, the owner gave us a bottle of wine when he found out we were Americans on a round the world trip. It probably didn't hurt that Deanne is a long-lost sister. That was very nice of him and he even gave us a little tour of the rest of the restaurant. Dinner at these place is the traditional meats and cheeses, kraut, mustard, horseradish type of fare with a variety of fresh ...

Monumental Melk

A travel blog entry by 2013 on Jul 03, 2014

22 photos

... However, over night the weather changed and a warm wind blow through the Danube valley melting all the snow away. When the rabbits woke up they were caught on the church’s roof without a way back down. So they are still sitting there – only that they have over the years changed to grey weathered stone figures on the church’s roof. Just a sucker for myths, I guess! The other unusual offering was a ...

Dürnstein to Melk

A travel blog entry by cherylclo on Apr 16, 2014

15 photos

We had travelled from Vienna overnight and about 7.30 an we docked in Dürnstein a small Austrian town on the banks of the Danube. We were taken on a walking tour of the small walled town. It is a lovely village with a population of about 600 people. We saw the ruins of the castle where Ric*************heart, the King of England, was imprisoned in 1192. There are houses that were built in the 1400s. At he end of our walking tour we were taken to the monastery ...