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Smoking allowed inside hotel, bar and dining room area! Horrible!
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47kms..... AM... Had a chilly 5km downhill ride first up, from our Gasthaus down to Grein. Cycled back upriver to a bridge and crossed over to the south bank, much quieter cycling here. Lots of others out cycling, both up & down the Danube, touring cyclists and road racers. First stop was in Ybbs and a visit to the bicycle museum. What an …
26kms.... AM - Said good bye at breakfast to Karl & Marla (Winnipeg, Canada) & Tom & Bonnie (Seattle, Washington) then cycled off to Melk Abbey, 8 kms away. This extraordinary building was visible soon after we left Pöchlarn, perched on a hill above the town of Melk. Riding there we were "absorbed" into a group of guided cycling …
... we have while we are here! I must say my buddy has gone up and above the call of duty! Yesterday she walked up to the mall, and today she showed us the train station (translated so I could get my train pass), both of IMC's campuses, and the river! She is from Germany, and was previously on exchange in Edmonton for a whole year! Her English is amazing and she has been a huge blessing answering a million and one questions about anything and everything!
... to Melk along the Wachau Valley taking in the world heritage villages along the Danube. Seeing lots of vineyards in the steep sides of hills using rocks to make the terraces keeps the ground warm and aids growth (photo). Main product is Riesling, Guner Veltliner and Apricot Brandy.
Will dock in Melk overnight with a chance to self explore this afternoon before Christmas Eve dinner ...
... a song. Then as you entered the cellars, it became almost like an art museum with metal sculptures, a laser show, and a weird interactive musical exhibit that changed songs and instruments as you touched different lights. However, all along the way, there was a lesson on an audio device on winemaking and with an emphasis on the soil and grapes.
And yes, at the end, you tasted wine. It was a great visit. Afterwards we went to one ...