Hotel Garni Donauhof
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Awake this morning to a rather overcast & cooler morning but pleasant & no rain. Arrived in Durnstein earlier than expected at a little after 7am. Breakfast & out for a short stroll through this village that dates back to the 12 th century where Richard 111 was imprisoned up on the ruined castle on the hill. Left at 11am for Melk. A beautiful cruise through the Wachau valley with small villages, ruins & vineyards seen along the way as the blue sky ...
... 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 ...
... I never knew existed.
After lunch we decided to start our trek to find the Danube River. Since we had seen it on our way into Krems we didnt think it would be too far. We got a little lost and went down a few wrong paths but eventually climbed to the top of a hill and saw the river. It was gorgeous. There was a nice long two-leveled path running along it and there were a few people out walking their dogs and ...
... 1089, is of the Benedictine Order of the Catholic Church. The buildings were actually constructed in the early 1700s and consist of several hundred rooms surrounded by beautiful gardens. This enormous structure is home to only 30 monks but also houses a high school of over 900 students. They constructed the Abbey on a knoll overlooking the river and valley and panoramic views of the surrounding mountains.
The highlight of ...
... in 1019 AD). To get there it required taking a ferry which looked more like an oversized rowboat to cross the Danube with our bikes. It is best known for the imprisonment of English King Ric*************heart in Kuenringer Castle from 1192 to 1193. The town would have been peaceful if it wasn't for American tourists who had just arrived via Viking River Cruises. To end our biking experience we rode the final 4 miles through vineyards as ...