Fuhstuckspension Porranzl

Harland 6, Melk, Danube Valley, Lower Austria, 3680, Austria | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Melk

Keep Calm and Krems

A travel blog entry by jordanruf


... amazing at setting up events for us to meet new students, all of whom are extremely interesting to get to know. It's interesting to compare differences between our cultures but even more amazing to see how similar everyone is. The biggest struggle has been the language barrier. The Canadians are the only native English speakers at IMC and have been told we need to speak more slowly multiple times now. But we are happy to speak as slowly as possible because ...


A travel blog entry by laurenporter6


... The first few floats came down the street with music blasting and people handing out candy to little children. Everyone was having a blast and the costumes were all very interesting. One of the floats then handed me two cups of what looked to be hot apple cider - I was wrong, it was warm alcohol. So this parade just got even better apparently. After that first float, all the following floats were handing out wine and shots ...

Sound of settling

A travel blog entry by hollythornton13


... what it is exactly, but whatever it is, it is FANTASTIC. In the early afternoon everyone (and I mean everyone) from Krems lined the streets to watch a parade that drove through town. During the parade there were various, extremely random floats of people dressed up as various animals, characters, and creatures, handing out items such as bread, candy, wine, and shots. After this glorious parade we followed the crowd into the main part of ...

Days 4&5: Austria

A travel blog entry by dilushani


... we woke up early for breakfast, and again I got to feel the Haas family's warmth and hospitality. I requested for some more Almdudler, which I know would not normally be drunk at breakfast time, had more Jerome cheese, more weckerl, and generally tried anything that we didn't have in Australia. I presented the family with a small Vegemite jar and forced them to eat it straight and watched the unhappy looks on their faces. Then I got them to try it ...

Cruise day 11 Melk and Durnstein

A travel blog entry by oziscot


This morning we visited Melk Abbey which has been a Benedictine monastery since 1089. Extensive restoration of the Baroque buildings have been carried out incorporating a museum showing many of their treasures and showing the changes over the centuries. The abbey is huge and has 500 rooms and incorporates the primary and secondary school for the area with 900 pupils. The abbey library was vast with books dating ...


This hotel, located on Harland 6, Melk, is near Melk Abbey and Wein & Wachau.
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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding