Hotel Zum Schwarzen Baren
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... refreshing though. After dinner on the ship, we headed up to the top deck for an after dinner drink. The night was beautiful and balmy and the sunset lovely which is usually after 10.00ish. Once dark though, the surrounding castle and ruins were lit up and looked quite spectacular.
Anyway that's all for now. Our time on the ship is definitely ticking down now and on Saturday we will leave it to go to Prague.
Doug and Leah
... through the town towards the Abby. Easy to see as it towered above the village. A fairly steep climb up the steps to the courtyard of the Abby and a ten minute wait for the English guided tour. So far our timing is right on. The Abby was originally a castle owned by the Babenbergs who were the rulers of Austria and Melk was the capital. When the capital was relocated to Vienna the family donated the castle to the Benedictine Monks for the Abby and it has been an Abby to this ...
Rose to prepare for our train journey from Prague to Vienna today, great to see that Uber has extended to the Czech Republic, so using my trusty app we ordered an Uber black and Viktor arrived promptly to collect us in his Mercedes Benz E-Class. The fare for the short trip to the Prague main train station was 166 korunas or about $9 AUD. Our train, the Railjet 75, arrived on time and we boarded for an on time departure of 10:42am ...
... change every couple blocks or so, something we were definitely not prepared for. But the good news is we made it, took a nap that we tried to resist and then deemed necessary (although it went longer than maybe it should have, oops), and then went on a walk. Our original destination on our first walk through town was a theater that previous travelers listed as an 'attraction', but when we arrived it didn't look like ...
... princesses The castles and aristocracy Of monks in monasteries Of synagogues and places of worship Of hymns singing to the glory of God And music was written in these woods by Beethoven and Mozart and Strauss And men were tortured, burned at the stake For standing against corruption and control and ideologies Extreme poverty and wars And family feuds. And the Christmas that meant so much spiritually has lost ...