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... to protect the towns along the Danube from the water. The weather today was not too bad, still cold and windy but I was able to stay upstairs and take pictures for most of the morning. I came down every hour or so and made a cup of coffee. Al had settled himself in the lounge and had made new friends.
We had lunch on board and made it to Melk around ...
... 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 ...
... this from the bottom on our previous tour now we get to go see a few of the rooms & impressive they are too, especially the library then the church, had the opportunity to walk back to the boat, about 15mins & all down hill.
Had a wine tasting for 2 whites & 1 red from the Waccau area, didn't buy any & we were moving again, after dinner we sat up on the deck for awhile as the evening was warm & we went through another lock.
... places in the world, we are sure. Set on a vast, crystal-clear lake with mountains in all directions, it really is breathtaking. It is somewhat stormy-looking, and whilst we are slightly unnerved by this, it serves only to highlight how powerful and imposing our surroundings are. We take a tour of the lake, capture some photos which simply do not do justice to what the eye beholds, and then look for a bar. We hope for a bar overlooking the magnificent and seemingly infinite ...
... they left we were able to set sail for Durnstein. The trip down the Denube has been wonderful sitting on the top deck just cruising enjoying what ever came around bend, everything is such a picture on this River. When we arrived at Durnstein I was going to have a look around but when we had to tie up to another boat which we would have had to over the top of I gave it a miss and stayed on board. We sail for Vienna at 6.45 tonight might do some shopping when I get ...