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Smoking allowed inside hotel, bar and dining room area! Horrible!
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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. ...
... frescoes by Johann Michael Rottmayr, and the library (no photos allowed) contains around 80,000 medieval manuscripts.
The monastic community of Melk is more than 900 years old and black-robed monks still stroll amid the marble scriptures and frescoed walls. It is also a prestigious monastery school with more than 700 students. Our 1 hour tour with local guide was excellent and following the tour we strolled down through the town to ...
... at the village of Melk. We did not take the organised tour but rather opted to take a walk into Melk to see the sights at our own pace. The place is very old but has been maintained to preserve the history, including the main attraction, the Melk Abbey. Returning to the boat about 5.20pm with a beautiful sunset over the Danube River. Dinner tonight was in the guest dining room with a special 5 course menu prepared for 24 guests. Very nice and make us feel special without being over ...
Our last full day on the boat and cycling. The boat dropped us off at Rossatz and as the ferryman was still sleeping we had to cycle up to Krem to cross the Danube by bridge. there was a little confusion on our part and some of our American fellow cyclists as to what way the 'Donauweg' went and this resulted in us having to take the bikes down and up steps on an underpass. Back on the correct route we cycled through vineyards (we were ...
... Once in Krems, my dad and I checked into his hotel then set out to explore the town. It is such a cute lil place! Cobble stone roads everywhere and although it was raining lightly and hardly any stores were open, there were still a few people strolling the streets. We then stopped at the one open restaurant to have our first austrian meal! Of course no one in the pub spoke english so it was a tad of a challenge. I ended up getting a child portion schnitzel and beer which was fantastic and ...