Gartenhotel & Weingut Pfeffel Durnstein
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Durnstein has one street. It goes from the Danube River at one end to the monastery at the other. There are about 30 shops. Their main claim to fame these days is the apricot brandy and schnapps that they make. They also produce a lot of (mainly) Riesling wine.
Durnstein is a through spot for cycling tours in Autria.
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Today we explore the Wachau Vally region, renowned for its stunning landscape featuring the deep valley gorge, quaint villages, old castles perched high on outcrops and extensive orchards and vineyards on terraced sites up the valley side. A highlight of our trip was the rich and varied autumn colour in the valley. Our first stop was at the little village of Durnstein with its population of about 900 people. We explored the village, ancient monastery and convent. A feature of the town ...
... and enjoy cruising through the romantic Wachau Valley. We head out at 3:30 for another tour, this time to the 900 year old Benedictine Melk Abbey in Emmersdorf. This is one of Europe's largest Baroque monasteries and it is a sight to behold. The pictures are the only way to adequately describe the ornate and beautiful rooms and grounds of this Abbey. When we get back. Boryana gives a very interesting presentation on the European Union and ...
... such as reusable coffins (after the ceremony, the bottom would open and drop the body into its grave and get cleaned up & reused for the next corpse) but the Austrians couldn't handle the concept. Hearts preserved in urns ok but not reusable coffins . . .Gorgeous place & meticulously kept.
We left there and hopped on a Danube boat, cruising from Melk to Durnstein whose claim to fame was that it ...
... I might add that we are on the younger side of the passengers. We think that the average age is probably around 70. I could go on but I don't want to look judgemental--which I may be at times.
After that break for entertainment we find that our 2 suitcases have already been delivered to our room, allowing us to get un-packed and ready for dinner. Our evening meal is early tonight because we are going to a concert at 7pm.
... destination for today) to the little town of Melk Austria. In Melk we hiked up to a 900 year old monestary that is still being used today. We took a guided tour of the monestary which included modern exhibits showing the history of the baroque period and Benedictine inspired architecture. We were taken around to various rooms throughout the monestary including a baroque style library. The library had a dome shape ceiling with paintings of angels and demons ...