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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. ...
... from the Alps and only now do we spot two small brown trout on the downstream side of a bridge crossing a small fast-lowing tributary to Lake Ebensee. Our books tells us Halstatt is the 'must-see' lakeside village in the Austrian lake district, so we head south in search. It is a beautiful warren of a village pinned between the mountainside and the typically crystal-clear lake. It's a little quiet being out of season and unfortunately undergoing some major drainage works meaning ...
Waking up in Grein, the rain had stopped. A healthy breakfast, and off we went again. The rain had caused some flooding on some parts of the track, meaning we had to take a detour. We noticed one of the people riding alongside us had a dog in a cage on his rear rack. Poor dog. The idea of a bike trip is to enjoy freedom, but that dog will have none of that, ironically. As we started pretty late (around 11), we decided to have a quick lunch in a bakery near Ybbs. After ...
I can't believe that it has been almost a full month since I made the move to Austria! So much has happened in these past couple of weeks, but as I reached my apartment after an amazing weekend in Slovenia this past weekend (more on that later), I felt as if I was coming home. It's amazing to me how quickly somewhere can become a home.
Krems is a wonderfully, small, charming little town filled with cafes and cobblestone streets. My ...
As we traveled along the river during the night, we passed Gottweig where a Benedictine abbey is perched on a 1200 foot mountain top. Krems, which marks the end of the Wachau Valley. Steeply terraced vineyards greeted as we were sleeping. Durnstein, which is dominated by ruins of Kuenringerburg Castle where King Ric*************-Heart was imprisoned. Weissenkirchen, which is a most attractive wine growing village. ...