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... Tomorrow. Argh!!!! But not to worry they had one place left so we are in! Closely followed by a storm but accompanied by lots of offers to help by our camping neighbours! Lovely! Daddy So we made it. It took the best part of 2 hours to go about 15 mile in 44 degree heat. And people of all nationalities seem to think it perfectly acceptable to drive down the hard shoulder. Shocking. Italy was lovely and hot with great food. But I hate driving in this ...
... the Wachau is described as " an outstanding example of a riverine landscape. I enjoyed these sights whilst sitting on the sun deck. The temperature reached 35 degrees to day and it was quite warm walking through Krems.
We passed many castles along the way and the views were fantastic.
When we arrived in Krems, we headed into town to see Krems. We had but an hour of sightseeing and so managed to see the Piarist Church and the cobblestone streets. We ...
... rabbit sh.. I purchased (a local delicacy).
We spent a bit of time cruising on the boat watching the scenery, enormous amount of vineyards around here perched on the hillside, some are is so steep that you have to wear a harness to harvest the grapes, while we were cruising we sampled a local specialty, apricot champagne (so yummy had to go back for seconds), lunch then finally tied up at our next destination Melk & in particular the Melk Abbey, we ...
Awake this morning to a rather overcast & cooler morning but pleasant & no rain. Arrived in Durnstein earlier than expected at a little after 7am. Breakfast & out for a short stroll through this village that dates back to the 12 th century where Richard 111 was imprisoned up on the ruined castle on the hill. Left at 11am for Melk. A beautiful cruise through the Wachau valley with small villages, ruins & vineyards seen along the way as the blue sky ...
... nutty flavor.
He showed us how you measure the alcohol level and how you always throw away the first part of the distillate since it's the poisonous alcohol that can make you blind, or even kill you. We smelled it and compared it to the next few draws of the distillate and could tell how it evolved from a poison to a delicious schnapps. At that point, he started collecting it. Later, he would add distilled water to it to get it to ...