Address: Wiener Strasse 30, Melk, Danube Valley, Lower Austria, 3390, Austria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Wiener Strasse 30, Melk, is near Melk Abbey and Wein & Wachau.
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        Travel Blogs from Melk

        Beautiful day even with the clouds

        A travel blog entry by juds76rhine on Oct 29, 2015

        30 photos

        ... of a walk to the Abbey Melk, the glass blocks in the road lead the way, blue leads to glad. Quite a few stairs, not too much for us but in the summer it would not be fun. At the Abbey we waited about 15 minutes for our Abbey guide and then we started our tour. Interesting that the Abbey Melk is still a functioning Benedictine monastery and also a "private" ...


        A travel blog entry by mjmbmurphy on Oct 21, 2015

        2 comments, 57 photos

        ... We have just come from an apple strudel demonstration by the ship's pastry chef. Dinner tonight and an early evening for sure. We are all fine but we are keeping busy - good thing because if we are not touring, we are certainly eating and I mean eating!!!!

        Passau Germany is next. We arrive tomorrow morning at about 9 AM. It is on the border of Austria and Germany. Enjoy the pictures and keep the feedback coming.

        Cheers from the Danube!! ...

        Picturesque Wachau Valley, Austria.

        A travel blog entry by bernieandterry on Oct 21, 2015

        4 photos

        ... ruins of a castle built in 1130 some 160 metres above the river. It's claim to fame is it was the place the Austrians held Ric*************heart in 1192 as he attempted to return to England following the crusades raiding of the Holy Land. The climb to the castle was difficult but well worth the views. After lunch it was back on the boat and with a running commentary from our cruise director as we sailed through the Valley, it's quaint villages, ancient castles. Late in the afternoon ...

        Melk, Dürnstein, and Krems

        A travel blog entry by drmom on Oct 03, 2015

        34 photos

        ... off to the custody of the king to Emperor Henry VI, who imprisoned Richard at Trifels Castle. Dürnstein Castle was almost completely destroyed by the troops of the Swedish Empire under Field Marshal Lennart Torstenson in 1645. The town of Dürnstein was established in 1019. It sits directly on the Danube. It was the site of he Battle of Dürnstein on 11 November 1805, during the Napoleonic Wars.

        Krems an der Donau is ...

        Last day of our holiday

        A travel blog entry by beverlyndavid on Sep 22, 2015

        5 photos

        ... with just a local shop and small cafes. After a short walk around we popped into the bakery and enjoyed a coffee melange.
        I then thought I would tackle the steep climb to the church, I didn't quite make it to the top but the view across the river and the Abbey was lovely and during this trip having visited so many churches I did not feel I had missed out by not managing to get inside this one. Having taken the road up, I chose ...