Hotel Garni Donauhof
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... monks still stroll amid the marble sculptures and frescoed walls.
We had a guided tour through the abbey to see the splendour of this abbey.
We then headed back to the ship for lunch and the ship departed for Krems at 1345. We cruised down the Danube through the Wachau Valley with a commentary of the sights.
Both banks are dotted with ruined castles and medieval town's and are lined with terraced vineyards. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in ...
... most prestigious high school s in Austria, which has 925 students, and is an additional source of revenue for the abbey. The 500,000 annual visitors to the abbey also produce substantial revenue for the abbey, along with its sale of books, wine, apricot liqueur, and other items in their large gift shop.
The abbey was established under the order of St. Benedict, and the primary philosophy of the Benedictine monks can ...
... an hour long run - yeah why not? Knowing that we were running that day, only 9 people showed up to class - clearly everyone was excited about running. At the end of class, Jordan and Ashley asked the prof if the run was mandatory and his answer was that it would be nice if we joined. Therefore, we did not join. We think 4 people decided to join him for the run.
And then of course this happened: Jordan and I went out to Spar about an hour after class and while ...
... and frescos. Today there are only around 30 monks living at the abbey. As well, it is a prestigious monastery school with more than 700 students. After our visit to the abbey, we enjoyed a delicious Austrian lunch on deck with BBQ'd bratwurst, salads, fried chicken and Austrian pastry. Our wonderful chef, Karl, cooked up the brats. Our journey continued down the Danube from Melk to Krems, known as the Wachau Valley which is the loveliest area on this river. Both banks ...
... get our hands and limited funds on! Cecile (Cici) is a cute little Parisian with the nicest long blonde hair, lots of luxurious fur clothing (likely made of dog fur since she nearly growls at them when we pass in the street), is diligent about improving her English with us but keeps us endeared and amused by her "how do you say..." questions, yet never struggles to find a way to tease us. Example: "JJ (my new nickname from her, makes me laugh every time with the French ...