Gasthof Goldener Stern

Address: Sterngasse 17, Melk, Danube Valley, Lower Austria, 89073, Austria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sterngasse 17, Melk, is near Melk Abbey and Wein & Wachau.
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    Beautiful day even with the clouds

    A travel blog entry by juds76rhine on Oct 29, 2015

    30 photos

    This was one of the days that you can not take pictures - it is better to buy the postcards! The sun does not come up now until almost 8 so we aren't rushed in the morning. What a wonderful sight to awake to the Danube winding through the Wachau Valley. The guide said the Danube took the path of least resistance and you could see it in the river today. ...

    What a day !

    A travel blog entry by jim_carole on Oct 23, 2015

    21 photos

    Started the day with our arrival in Durnstein. What a beautiful town. We climbed up the hill to the castle ruins overlooking the Danube. This is the castle that Ric************* Heart was held captive in - a few years ago! The views of the Danube Valley were spectacular.

    Then we sailed up the Danube in the Wachau Valley. Vineyards, towns and hills were amazing.

    We ultimately docked in Melk, Austria. We toured the ...


    A travel blog entry by mjmbmurphy on Oct 21, 2015

    2 comments, 57 photos

    ... for a number of months until a very hansom was paid for his release. The hillsides are resplendent with vineyards.

    We docked in Melk and after lunch we were bussed to the Melk Abbey, built between 1702 and 1736. The abbey was originally a royal palace. In the 11th century, Leopold II of Babenburg presented the palace to the Benedictine monks, who turned it into a fortified abbey. Its jaw-dropping interior is a baroque extravaganza, ...

    Melk, Dürnstein, and Krems

    A travel blog entry by drmom on Oct 03, 2015

    34 photos

    Today has been a beautiful day…a little bit warmer. We started our day in Melk and then sailed down the Wachau Valley to Krems.

    The morning started with a tour of the Melk Abbey. This abbey is a Benedictine abbey that was started when the ruling Babenberg family gave the land and existing castle to the Benedictines in 1089. The family had moved on to another area of ...

    To Melk und Krem

    A travel blog entry by erin_henning on Oct 03, 2015

    16 photos

    ... was completely dark. So I walked into the room expecting to see some noctural animals or something but instead there were about a hundred bats flying freely around the room and one got stuck in my hair.  I don't mind bats, but if there is a large rat like creature stuck in your hair and flapping frantically to get out, you would scream like a little girl too.  On Saturday our trip ended, and it was time to catch the train back to Berlin. ...