Hotel Kartause Gaming
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... to protect the towns along the Danube from the water. The weather today was not too bad, still cold and windy but I was able to stay upstairs and take pictures for most of the morning. I came down every hour or so and made a cup of coffee. Al had settled himself in the lounge and had made new friends.
We had lunch on board and made it to Melk around ...
Started the day with our arrival in Durnstein. What a beautiful town. We climbed up the hill to the castle ruins overlooking the Danube. This is the castle that Ric************* Heart was held captive in - a few years ago! The views of the Danube Valley were spectacular.
Then we sailed up the Danube in the Wachau Valley. Vineyards, towns and hills were amazing.
We ultimately docked in Melk, Austria. We toured the ...
Following an after midnight departure from Vienna, we travelled through the night and awoke to a cruise through the Wachau Valley, rich in history and so very beautiful. So much so that it was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000. The valley features no bridges across the Danube (not permitted by UNESCO designation and only cable ferries will get one from side to side). In Durnsheim we saw the castle ruins where King Ric*************hearted was ...
After spending an eventful week traveling across Ireland I finally arrived in Gaming, Austria!
Everything here is very new for me. Having to go to the grocery store where everything is in German, not being able to speak to the local kids at the volleyball court, and not being able to get online except for brief moments are all challenging aspects.
The place where I am living for ...
I can't even begin to describe the experience that it was to be in the Holy Land at such a special time. It's true when they say that you'll never read the Bible the same again. Although these places have new buildings and new landscapes, Christ was still present in these places, worked miracles, and lived and breathed here. There were some parts of the scenery which were untouched and it was something else ...