Donau Rad Hotel Restaurant Wachauerhof

Address: 43, Marbach an der Donau, Lower Austria, 3671, Austria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on 43, Marbach an der Donau.
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    Travel Blogs from Marbach an der Donau

    Melk Abbey & Durnstein

    A travel blog entry by crabby on Jul 11, 2015

    23 photos

    ... such as reusable coffins (after the ceremony, the bottom would open and drop the body into its grave and get cleaned up & reused for the next corpse) but the Austrians couldn't handle the concept. Hearts preserved it urns ok but not reusable coffins . . .Gorgeous place & meticulously kept. We left there and hopped on a Danube boat, cruising from Melk to Durnstein whose claim to fame was that ...

    Durnstein and Melk in the Wachau Valley

    A travel blog entry by dingleydave on Jul 01, 2015

    2 comments, 13 photos

    Today we are travelling through the Wachau Valley famous for its beautiful wines especially the Riesling and perhaps the best Gruner Veltliners in the world. This morning we will take a walking tour of the small village of Durnstein. What a fantastic little town this is. It is one of Austria's smallest towns, less than 1000 people. The cobblestone streets are narrow and have many small speciality shops, ...

    March 11th-17th, Germany, Austria and Hungary

    A travel blog entry by sam.wilson on Mar 15, 2015

    33 photos

    ... of the city. The most impressive items on show are the large scale models of the city in different years and the suits of armour. The models of the city show 3 different eras of its evolution in great detail and are approximately 20ft across. The suits of armour are fantastically preserved and have us both thinking of the Game of Thrones! I can't help but notice that WWII is conspicuous by its absence with the exception of two or three small articles of Nazi memorabilia.

    Monumental Melk

    A travel blog entry by 2013 on Jul 03, 2014

    22 photos

    Melk Abbey was our main sight seeing venture today. This has been an important spiritual and cultural centre in Austria for over 1000years. The building was first the residence of the Babenberg family, then founded in 1089 as a monastery, with monks following the rules laid down by St Benedict. Reflecting on today, I'm not sure whether to be impressed with the magnificent building that the Melk Abbey has metamorphosed into ...

    Days 4&5: Austria

    A travel blog entry by dilushani on Feb 15, 2014

    8 photos

    ... forests and rivers everywhere. Alas, not much snow. All the houses had pointy roofs which made me think of M who wishes for a house like that. The more time I spent in Austria, and especially in Raxblicksiedlung, the more I wanted to move and live here. Andi's parents' house was deceptively massive, and the family transferred all of his furniture from the truck into the attic and other bedrooms. I was utterly impressed with the inside of the house. It ...