Hotel Zum Goldenen Engel
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A first class hotel and very well located close to the city centre. Very friendly staff, beautiful room and the best breakfast ever!
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... bike parking lot at the entrance.
The Abbey was packed with tourists from the cruise boats and bus loads of Chinese. This stop is well worth a visit. Next we crossed to the north side of the river and continued on to Asbach Market where we had lunch. We rode about 8 km in the rain, it was cool and not too bad. But, we took refuge in the cafe in Aggsbach Markt, due to ...
... streets. I am living in a apartment about 10 minutes from my university, which funny enough, is located above a meat shop. The hallways constantly smell of various deli meats, which is not the greatest smell to wake up to, but we seem to be adjusting. The apartment itself has taken some getting used to - we may have the world's smallest kitchen, which is missing various appliances I am accustomed to such as a kettle and a toaster. Don't worry though, ...
... windy and wet but not as bad as yesterday.... We first went to the Schonbrunn Palace the most beautiful and famous palace in Vienna and one of the best known in Europe. Having been the summer palace of the Habsburgs who ruled much of Europe for over 600 years, it's rooms reflect the style and taste of each Habsburg sovereign who inhabited the palace over the centuries....it was ...
Big buffet breakfast, decided to stay for rest on spur of the moment. Great call. Spent the day cleaining bike, readind Game of Thrones, Checking out Melk, doing a bit of shopping and speaking to a Swiss Algerian guy in my hostel. He is canoeing down the Danube (nutter, he is the only boat out there, river is too high and fast for anyone else), and expects his ...
... I could have happily sat for hours but we had miles to go before we were done. After sampling apricot schnapps and Austrian whiskey in Joching, the sky began to threaten rain again so we sought refuge in Weinssenkirchen at another wine garden. We bided our time with a couple of rounds of wine but eventually had to make a move. A wet ride brought us to Durnstein, a baroque village with a quaint street of restaurants and shops where we sampled chocolate and ...