Hotel Garni Donauhof
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- Pets allowed
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... a song. Then as you entered the cellars, it became almost like an art museum with metal sculptures, a laser show, and a weird interactive musical exhibit that changed songs and instruments as you touched different lights. However, all along the way, there was a lesson on an audio device on winemaking and with an emphasis on the soil and grapes.
And yes, at the end, you tasted wine. It was a great visit. Afterwards we went to one ...
Started in the town of Melk. Austria , took bus to Melk Abby , about a 5 minute bus drive, then we on top of hill to explore a monk Melk Abby , about 2000 year old, walking tour about 1 hour, the tour was from 0900-1115, we came back to ship so I can go on a bike ride tour, 20 miles or so, Treena had a wonderful massage, , I did bike tour there was 29 of us on bike tour, the tour was very nice, but the bikes need some upgrades, the sits where very ...
... 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 ...
... we arrived had been too hot - 42 degrees. Today mid to high 20s and clear sky. Two other Australian couples on board - paediatrician and his wife from Sunbury. Robyn makes jewellery - business called Rivergum jewellery. Also couple from Mackay. Have met two couples from New Zealand - not sure if any others. Most on board from ...
... a REAL sized supermarket and Big W type store yesterday about 1km up the road in a random side street! I literally spent 1.5 hours walking around the supermarket browsing away at all the bizzarre food and cheap electricals... and walked out with one bulb of garlic. Typical wog.
I am now off to a local student's house (Marissa), who will be cooking us the traditional Austrian Wiener Schnitzel and Kaiserschmarren for dessert! Yummmmmy :)