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... and their art exhibit was a link between the past and the present. Quite impressive. The monks organized the exhibition - they used the relics from the past and added elements from the present. It is the job of the monks to preserve and protect the treasures in the Abbey but they have also chosen to share these treasures and bring them into relevance and ...
We arrive in Melk at 7.30am.
There is a tour today to Melk Abbey. Narelle and I decide not to tour today but instead have a day aboard the ship to catch up and to rest after some busy days.
Our feedback from the passengers that did the tour was that the Abbey was spectacular. The Abbey is famous and has the rare distinction of surviving as an ...
... had to hike all the way to the top once she saw the view.) We walked around the ruins. Saw the cell where it is believed Richard was imprisoned, took a bunch of pictures and then decided it was time to head down this hill. This time we took the stairs down and boy am I glad we hiked up the pathway. The stairs were missing in many places, were slippery in other places and just plain dangerous.
Anyway, after some careful stepping we made it back down to ...
... was off. It was just boring and service was slow. However, the women next to us let it drop that she was a travel agent. Travel agents … THEY ARE EVERYWHERE!
1. You need to take €.50 and €1 coins with you when you travel since each restroom charges to use the facilities.
2. Even going upstream the cruise is very smooth. This would be a wonderful option for someone who may be prone to ...
In 2000 UNESCO recognized the Wachau valley as "Wachau Cultural Landscape" in recognition of its architectural and agricultural history. The valley is 25 miles in length and was already settled in prehistoric times. It is a beautiful cruise as we pass through fertile fields, ancient terraced vineyards, quaint villages, and ruins ...