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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... s lots of cobbled stones there. Will keep fingers crossed. Thank goodness that you can rest. So Greg's gone ahead & will take photos but none will be posted as taken on digital camera. Told him to behave himself. Ha!! Looks like I missed out on a spectacular abbey but glad I rested my feet & iced packed my sore ankle after dinner again. Feeling better so fingers crossed for tomorrow. Have to be up early tomorrow 6am for 8am departure to Chesky Krumlov. Guten ...
... today. There is a certain 9-grain German bread that is my favorite with a little cherry jelly on it. You have to slice your own and some mornings it is already almost gone by the time I get there (others must like it too).
We picked the color with Lisi as our tour guide again. We started walking from the ship to the town - just a six minute walk per Lisi (she gave this information several times so we would know how long it takes to get back to the ship after she ...
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... so used by Austrian students, and the Piaristengasse campus (still trying to figure out how to say this word) which is used mostly for international students. The first campus is very modern and fancy, and the second campus used to be an old monastery so it feels like your in a Harry Potter movie walking through it, it's amazing! The day was good and it had been arranged that all of the international students would meet at Mullner's wine tavern in the ...