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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47kms.... AM- Today's journey along the Danube took us through the Wachau (pronounced Wa how) valley between Melk and Krems. This area is famous for its white wine production, vines are grown on the north slopes of the river where they receive full sun over summer. Very steep slopes, stony ground & lots of terracing needed to grow the vines. …
CRUISING DAY - Durnstein / Wachau / Melk
Today we left the big city behind and entered the picturesque countryside of Austria.
The day began with a walking tour of the very picturesque and tiny fairy tale village of Durnstein this morning. It was frosty as we began the walk from the ship. English King Ric*************heart was imprisoned in the Kuenringer Castle in 1192/3 coming ...
... quickly. Our trip started with an hour bike ride to the city of Krems where we grabbed our bikes for the day. My bike, Anastasia, had a malfunctioning bell which I quickly discovered as we conquered some cobblestone on our way out of town. Our first stop was a winery called Domane Wachau. It is kind of like a wine co-op, farmers in the area all contribute their grapes and share the facilities. The Wachau valley is very interesting as it is ...
This morning we woke up on the Danube River in front of Melk Abbey. A bus took us up to Abbey and we had a young tour guide who had been to school there. The Abbey has been in existence since the 11th century and it has been a school for about 800 years. Today it has 900 co-ed students in secondary school (age 10-18) and their tuition is 80 Euros per month. The Abbey church is another example of Italian baroque style. ...
... blue crystals. Vickie, Bille & Danyelle have joined us for the last evening and we are very pleased. The crystals were enjoyed till dessert is eaten. Yahoo!
After dinner we went to the lounge for the crew to say good-bye with a champagne toast and a small farewell show.
Navy blue boxes tonight? Oh my gosh, a pair of flirting crystal swans. Breath taking!