Steigenberger Hotel And Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... ship it was time for dinner, of course. We are staying docked in Durnstein until after a walking tour tomorrow. I had been feeling a little under the weather all day and the smells of dinner combined with a chill sent me to bed early (there was another wine tasting onboard from our wine expert's vineyards in Malibeu California - I left this tour for the others, but I don't think they were able to stay awake for it either). More tours, wine and sailing ...
... were all good and I would have loved to buy some but it is such a heavy souvenir to carry around and the cost to ship it would be more than wine itself. We continued our bike in the valley to the town of Durnstein. This was a super cute town to visit, small little streets with a walled in city, super cozy Austrian village. Durnstein has ruins in which some king who I can't remember was locked up in... there was some connection to robin hood I ...
... monasteries own vineyards around Krems. In 1938, members of the wine guild founded Winzer Krems. Today's chairman, Franz Bauer, together with 19 members of the board controls the destiny of Austria's largest wine producers.
Winzer Krems deliver 990 hectares of vineyards with the harvest all carried out by hand. Only fully ...
... they had a cabaret singer for the evening entertainment. Beets and Karen were amazed to see a crowded dance floor with geriatric types going at it, waving their arms in the air while they themselves were ready to go to bed.
Again, last night, the ship scheduled a wine tasting of Franconian wines (supposed to be the best in ...
Today we rode the train in style. It was the first day of our two month Euro-Rail flex pass where we have fifteen days of travel in a two month period. Because our travel agent (Auntie Laurie) got us a deal on first class, we were riding in style. Jess' favourite part of first class is getting the free mini kit-kat bars on the way. Taking full advantage of our rail pass travel day, where we could go on and off any train within a 24hr period, we went past Vienna ...