Hotel Restaurant zur Post
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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!
... the Crusades (ruins now - see photo) a long time ago. A little touristy now but quaint and nothing like it in Australia.
We came back to the ship at 10.00am then onto the buss to take us to the Melk Benedictine Monastery / Abbey. Wasn't as good for me as led to believe but the church itself was impressive with its 900 years of art history (see photos).
Crusing now ...
... give me flat ground and I can walk forever haha) but the view and ruins was so worth it. Rob struggled a little with the height but he survived. I so loved exploring these ruins that once kept King Ric*************hearted imprisoned. The views were a little foggy but still beautiful. We came down the mountain the other way (no steps but still steep).
After lunch we set sail again this time only 3 hours up the Danube River to Melk. Aboard ...
... along the way.....we stopped at a winery Sniewess (Snow White) and sampled 3 whites and a red...generous samplings they were too so we had to give it plenty of time (and were not riding on any roads hehe) As well as vineyards there are many orc**********g this part of the Danube trail...and the area is well known for the sweet apricots. Central Otago should take a leaf out of this book....the ...
... the town square. (Oh Sooooo not true. You actually had to go through the square, cross the very busy road, find the bike path about a block later and follow it to the Danube.) I interrupted and told the women the correct directions. After some thanks, Cheryl and I headed into the abbey.
The tour did not provide headphones. Instead, we had to read the information posted at the varsious pictures and religious artifacts that were part of the tour. Now the Melk Abbey ...