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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and goals for their faith journeys. He is such a wonderful teacher and relates so well to the young college students. I get to see him teach adult Bible classes at Brentwood Hills, but I haven't seen his wonderful interaction with the college age group in a class setting until now. God has truly given Junior a special gift of being open and genuine with the students, and it makes them feel that they can share their insights, their questions, ...
... it was all great home cooked food and we had the servers help us select the best local cuisine to sample. We also order up some Wiener Schnitzel which judging by how fast it disappeared everyone really enjoyed and we had to order a second round. The atmosphere was just outstanding, we even had some local musicians come in and play for people. It was a great experience and we certainly would go here again in a ...
We docked in Vienna on Tuesday 26 May and were taken on a sight seeing tour of the city in the morning. That left us with one last afternoon on board the ship before our grand farewell dinner that evening (7 courses) then one last sleep on board. We left the ship on Wednesday morning, the finalisation of our time cruising the Rhine, Main, Main/Danube Canal and the Danube with our very ...
... ruins (I'm not kidding, look it up). There is also a hedge maze and more trees and flowers than you could ever know what to do with, just stunning. At one point we did stop to eat lunch and found our first more traditional Austrian food of the trip, and again surprisingly enough to me, there seemed to be mostly locals at the cafe we ate at. I had Schupfnudeln in würziger Paprikasauce mit Bergkäse überbacken, which is potato noodles in spicy paprika sauce with ...
... room! Mind blown! The abbey sits overlooking the Danube and is still a working abbey, school and library.
The motto of the Melk Abbey is "Ora et labora et lege". I have mastered one and three so far but two will be problematic in any bid for monkhood. The monastery holds many relics (no documentation though as to their legitimacy), precious monstrances and crosses, many of which were gifts from royal guests who would stop to stay when journeying through Europe as ...