Unter den Linden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Abbey for the community with the school. What a glorious day for Melk when they have services in the Abbey church! WOW. The Baroque Period is happy and well in the Abbey Melk!!
After the Abbey we had a nice walk back to the ship. Following our path back to the ship. Since it was only about 4 we could still enjoy the afternoon in our room but the sun ...
... I took today, and once again I am struck by how much we achieved in a day. A village visit, including the most totally gobsmacking over the top, gorgeous church I have ever seen this week(!), 4 million Euros over 4 years to do it up. The market was fun, and of course some good (if a tad predictable) vegetables and breads pictures. Lots of cycling through countryside, through vineyards, next to the Danube, under the shadow of enormous castles. ...
... my 22nd birthday! I was a little nervous about celebrating my birthday overseas - I didn't think I would have made any friends by now and therefore had an early celebration in Canada. I was wrong though and was able to have one of the best nights of my life! Everyone was super excited to celebrate my birthday with me - the bartenders even made me a special drink with a candle in it! Definitely a birthday to remember (well parts of it..)
... director talked about some of the surrounding countryside. Then arrived at a town called Melk, whose main claim to fame is a monastery that sits high on a hill overlooking the town of Melk and the river.
Part of the cruise involved a tour of the abbey. It is a massive place as you can see from the photos and the abbey is almost as decadent as the church in Vienna - to me seems to be a bit out of place with priorities in the wrong order. Then we wandered back down ...
Hello from Austria!
We finally caught up to the high water and so the captain has had to be really creative to get us to Budapest by Wednesday. The problem is low bridges, lock jams or broken locks. Other cruises dock, have passengers pack up, drive them to a waiting ship on the other side of a problem area, have them unpack and stay a couple days then do it again - basically creating a series of floating hotels. Thankfully, we haven't had to do that. In ...