Fuhstuckspension Porranzl

Harland 6, Melk, Danube Valley, Lower Austria, 3680, Austria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Harland 6, Melk, is near Melk Abbey and Wein & Wachau.
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Travel Blogs from Melk

AUSTRIA!

A travel blog entry by mitdianem on Sep 12, 2014

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We're sailing now on the beautiful Danube River. It's wider and flows a lot faster than the Main/Danube Canal that we just left. There were so many locks on that last leg, that it felt like we sat waiting more than we sailed. We also think that was reason the internet wasn't working these past couple days. Just a lot of "noise" in the area with tons of ships and the locks.

The first stop in Austria was this morning in a ...

The hills are alive with the Sound of Music

A travel blog entry by ros711 on Aug 28, 2014

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... last night we had a seafood buffet, and then a quiz in the lounge. Our cruise director showed us pictures of cities around the world, but it wasn't easy. The top score was only 16 / 30 and our team only scored 10. Then there was dancing and great frivolity in the lounge - and it was all the oldies (75+). All the young ones (including Anne) had gone to bed. Now I know what goes on late at ...

Durnstein

A travel blog entry by rusty21 on Aug 28, 2014

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We arrived at Melk in the morning, a smallish town in Austria. We visited the Abbey in the town. The more we see of Austria the more love it. I think Ron has seen enough cobble stones but still more to come. Had the morning then back on the boat for lunch to Durnstein. This part on the river is called Wachau Valley and is what you see on the brochures, my ...

Melk to Durnstein

A travel blog entry by cruisingplus on Jul 29, 2014

This morning we headed off to explore Melk before our 30km bicycle ride to Durnstein. The town was a short 15 minute walk from where the ship was docked through a wooded area. The 900 year old Benedictine Abbey is the must see landmark here with its baroque architecture with gold leafs walls, 640ft imperial walls and frescos. On return to the ship we had a light lunch before preparing to head off on our ride ...

Monumental Melk

A travel blog entry by 2013 on Jul 03, 2014

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Melk Abbey was our main sight seeing venture today. This has been an important spiritual and cultural centre in Austria for over 1000years. The building was first the residence of the Babenberg family, then founded in 1089 as a monastery, with monks following the rules laid down by St Benedict. Reflecting on today, I'm not sure whether to be impressed with the magnificent building that the Melk Abbey has metamorphosed into ...