Hotel Garni Donauhof
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... and their art exhibit was a link between the past and the present. Quite impressive. The monks organized the exhibition - they used the relics from the past and added elements from the present. It is the job of the monks to preserve and protect the treasures in the Abbey but they have also chosen to share these treasures and bring them into relevance and ...
... 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 ...
... A side note: the maître de has been very attentive to Krista's dietary issues and the bike tour included a box lunch. Her's was specially prepared and labeled and all seemed well until they stopped for lunch, when she discovered her sandwich was on bread with seeds, and included tomatoes and cucumber. Fortunately she was satisfied with the fruit that was included and the tour guide was happy eat her sandwich as she hadn't brought one. ...
Tour day today and it down to breakfast. Today we decided to go easy on the breakfast. When i say go easy I mean cereal, scrambled eggs and a crepe. That would be classified as a light breakfast in Vienna. We had to meet the tour guide at 9:00 and had to catch a tram to meet him so we couldn't dally. The tour we are going on today is a tour of the Wachau Valley (pronounced Vahow). It is an area approx. 75 km north west of Vienna. The area ...
... great views as we got higher and higher.
The main attraction of Durnstein (Dürnstein) is the ruins of the Schloß (castle) Kürnriger in which Richard I, King of England, was held prisoner for a year after returning from a Crusade. His ransom was used by the Duke of Babenberg to build the city walls of Vienna.
We all made it to the way top of the crumbling castle. The 360 degree view from there was incredible. We ...