Hotel Stadt Melk
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Chow from Melk.
An interesting day and yes, I have been in the dog box again! I woke up at about 6:30am and that's when the trouble started! Nah, not quite.
Good nights sleep with pack up before a 7:30am breakfast. Euro style buffet with juice, cereal, yogurt, fresh strawberries, bread rolls, ham, cheese and other yummy items. I …
... dominates the town and at the top terrace the view over the town and beyond is spectacular. I personally think the library of which we visited two, were the best rooms. When we arrived at Melk another couple and us separated from the group and went in search of the gardens and coolness. Again the weather had cranked up the heat to 38 and with all the walking I was past anymore 3 C,s. ( churches, castles and cathedrals) We found a lovely garden area and when we decided to ...
... the Wachau is described as " an outstanding example of a riverine landscape. I enjoyed these sights whilst sitting on the sun deck. The temperature reached 35 degrees to day and it was quite warm walking through Krems.
We passed many castles along the way and the views were fantastic.
When we arrived in Krems, we headed into town to see Krems. We had but an hour of sightseeing and so managed to see the Piarist Church and the cobblestone streets. We ...
... you take out of the grave the old body & replace it with the new. This town once had a very important guest "England King Ric*************heart".
On our cruise up the river we had a great view of the former abbey it's white & blue baroque tower, passing Wosendorf & the church of St Michael, with particular interest is the steepness of the roof (for snow) & the fact that there are 7 rabbits running along top, they maybe responsible ...
Another beautiful day here on the Danube, we have been so lucky with the weather, apart from when we left Budapest, we have been enjoying 30c plus each day, a bit too hot for us to take in the tours as it meant a lot of walking, but where we could we certainly joined in.
We joined the coach and went to the Melk Abbey, thats where the Benedictine monks made the liquor Benedictine, which bought back memories of my youth, (which we won't go into here :) )