Hotel Garni Donauhof
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- Pets allowed
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... such as reusable coffins (after the ceremony, the bottom would open and drop the body into its grave and get cleaned up & reused for the next corpse) but the Austrians couldn't handle the concept. Hearts preserved it urns ok but not reusable coffins . . .Gorgeous place & meticulously kept. We left there and hopped on a Danube boat, cruising from Melk to Durnstein whose claim to fame was that ...
... 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 ...
After German class, we rushed back to our apartment to get our costumes ready for the night. Once we were ready, we headed over to Julia's friends house where I surprisingly already knew most of the people there as they were all in my very first marketing class. I really enjoyed talking to a lot of them and we all had a lot of fun there. Of course, no one could guess what our outfits were but we just went with ...
... as the water rises. I thought this would be a good time to hang a few pieces of laundry on our balcony. Imagine my surprise as the lock filled with water and we rose to our new height displaying our underwear to all of Austria.
This afternoon, we had a demonstration on making Apple Strudel. We had a sample and I must say, my Apple Crisp is much better.
... difference I have noticed during my time so far in Austria, is that they don't have any store equivalents to Big W, Target, or K-mart. It seems so bizzarre to not have a large store like this that stocks basically everything. How do these people survive without $9 toasters from K-mart? On the other hand, they have about 10 supermarkets in the one town, but weirdly none of them have a decent meat section. Austria is big on hams, veal, pork, and knackwurst - we ...