Hotel Stadt Melk

Address: Hauptplatz 1, Melk, Danube Valley, Lower Austria, 3390, Austria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hauptplatz 1, Melk, is near Melk Abbey and Wein & Wachau.
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        Beautiful day even with the clouds

        A travel blog entry by juds76rhine on Oct 29, 2015

        30 photos

        ... a song only they knew and when the Prince joined in he was found and England paid the ransom and he was released. We are still concerned about the water level of the river. It is obvious along the shoreline that the water level is very low. There are markings also of a flood in 2000 that must have been quite catastrophic - after this flood more measures ...


        A travel blog entry by mjmbmurphy on Oct 21, 2015

        2 comments, 57 photos

        Following an after midnight departure from Vienna, we travelled through the night and awoke to a cruise through the Wachau Valley, rich in history and so very beautiful. So much so that it was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000. The valley features no bridges across the Danube (not permitted by UNESCO designation and only cable ferries will get one from side to side). In Durnsheim we saw the castle ruins where King Ric*************hearted was ...

        Picturesque Wachau Valley, Austria.

        A travel blog entry by bernieandterry on Oct 21, 2015

        4 photos

        ... ruins of a castle built in 1130 some 160 metres above the river. It's claim to fame is it was the place the Austrians held Ric*************heart in 1192 as he attempted to return to England following the crusades raiding of the Holy Land. The climb to the castle was difficult but well worth the views. After lunch it was back on the boat and with a running commentary from our cruise director as we sailed through the Valley, it's quaint villages, ancient castles. Late in the afternoon ...

        Melk, Dürnstein, and Krems

        A travel blog entry by drmom on Oct 03, 2015

        34 photos

        ... through the Wachau Valley on our way to Krems. It is a beautiful valley lined with many villages, castles, and churches. In addition, this is a big wine-growing region.

        We climbed up to the ruins of Dürnstein Castle. We really climbed as it is perched on the top of a hill without any easy access. This castle is where King Richard I (the Lionheart) of England was held captive from December 1192 to March 1193 by Leopold ...

        To Melk und Krem

        A travel blog entry by erin_henning on Oct 03, 2015

        16 photos

        ... 160;He had his passport in a bag that was in a different compartment on the train.  The police thought he didn't have a passport and was trying to get away from them.  After a few moments of pure terror from this poor kid, trustee Dirk, our leader, came over to sort out the issue.  I did see the police take off one man and his son, who was probably only 5 years old, off the train. We stopped at the Bahn Station in Prague and the ...

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