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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Wachau Melk
Had a really good night in this very quaint hotel.
The only downside was there were no towels in the bathroom.
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And we're on the road again! Out first stop is an overnight stay in Melk. We managed to do an (almost) accurate line run of the show in the van on the way to the hotel! Everything feels like it was before we left - it's as if we never left!! The hotel in Melk was very nice! It's always the case when we have one night stays... The breakfast was also …
... Our dock for the day is in the small town of Weissenkirchen, which looks like a prosperous town described in a novel on the Middle Ages. The vineyards are well-cared for, and surround us on all sides. In addition, the apricot trees (known here as Marille) flourish in this climate and the fruit is used to make brandy, schnapps, other liqueurs as well as syrups, jams and other delicacies. We take a short walk through this ...
... lit. Rich in curves) as they say in these parts.
We arrive at the Lunz am See and the guest house of Klaus' daughter where we are treated to homemade plum cake and alcohol-free Weizenbier (didn't know they made that, not bad either!).
Then it's back on the road for the wonderful pass up and over to the ...
... lost track of me cause I took the wrong way, but thanks to my shiny white panniers she could see me behind the bushes. Phew. We also met a couple of French people who told us about the Melk abbey and a guided tour in French at 3. They rushed there to be on time, and Pauline rushed as well, not for the visit but just cause she likes to ride fast like she's riding a fixie or something. For my part I took it easy, and even stopped for a nap in a bench on the Danube, ...
... of villages to ride through my pick was St Michael Durnstein is set on a hillside and the castle here was where Ric*************heart was imprisoned after returning from the crusades. The Castle can be found at the top of Durnstein and approximately a 30 minute hill climb on foot. The other point of interest here if not able to walk up the hill is to visit the cemetery where a crypt containing many bones can be ...