Gourtmet Hotel Am Forthof

Address: Donaulande 8, Krems, Danube Valley, Lower Austria, Austria | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Donaulande 8, Krems, is near Kunsthalle Krems.
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    Travel Blogs from Krems

    Durnstein to Melk through the Wachau valley

    A travel blog entry by gaosborne on Jun 10, 2015

    4 comments, 14 photos

    ... 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 ...

    The last cycling day, a great but sad day.

    A travel blog entry by kavking1 on May 16, 2015

    1 comment, 19 photos

    Coffee and cake time, too knackered to eat the cake. Mark has undergone brain melt today - in the last half hour he has lost (and found) his camera, my passport, his passport, his sunglasses. He seems truly fated to lose that camera. It takes gorgeous photos, at the cost of not holding charge for even a day, and making its own decisions over when the flash should be used. Time for a replacement, methinks. I've just had a quick look at all ...

    Keep Calm and Krems

    A travel blog entry by jordanruf on Mar 10, 2014

    4 photos

    ... how hard it is to not understand what is going on. Most of the locals in the town only know very basic English, so some tasks have been difficult to complete. Luckily, there are always people around to help and our German for Beginners course is helping us learn the basic words to help us get by. I lucked out in particular because one of my roommates speaks German and definitely has come in handy.

    One of the most interesting things I've done here ...

    Flooding and Old Farts

    A travel blog entry by maiar on Jun 16, 2013

    46 photos

    Hello from Austria!

    We finally caught up to the high water and so the captain has had to be really creative to get us to Budapest by Wednesday. The problem is low bridges, lock jams or broken locks. Other cruises dock, have passengers pack up, drive them to a waiting ship on the other side of a problem area, have them unpack and stay a couple days then do it again - basically creating a series of floating hotels. Thankfully, we haven't had to do that. In ...

    Promoting introduction or intoxication?

    A travel blog entry by nadia.melham on Feb 21, 2013

    9 photos

    ... to laugh at! I was discussing sports with a gal from Estonia, and turns out she played Wolleyball when she was young! Safe to say I laughed for a solid 5 minutes at this and attempted to teach her how to say it with a 'v', we didn't quite get there though. However she did teach me how to say cheers in Estonian which is pronounced 'Terviseks', our new favourite phrase.

    So in the Estonian spirit, it is now time to join the other students ...