Weinresidenz Sonnleitner

Address: Zeughausgasse 239, Furth, Lower Austria, 3511, Austria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Zeughausgasse 239, Furth, is near Kunsthalle Krems.
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    Travel Blogs from Furth

    Cruise Day 11 Melk and Krems

    A travel blog entry by nettybu on Aug 05, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... the abbey was originally a palace with ceremonial courts, guest apartments, grand hall and a library.
    In th 11th century, Leopold 11 of Babenberg presented the palace to the Benedictine monks, who turned it into a fortified abbey. The hightlight is the "Stiftskirche, or Abbey Church. With its twin spires and high octagonal dome, the church has an astonishing number of windows. The monastic community of Melk is more than 900 years old and black ...

    Durnstein to Krems: Heaven on Earth

    A travel blog entry by bandrpullen on Apr 10, 2015

    1 comment, 33 photos

    ... 1400's. As you will see from the picture, it was quite a way straight up. We came upon Pawp, Jayj, Sannie and Bruce already headed up. I really wasn't wearing my climbing shoes. Before a third of the way our jackets were tied around our waists, by two thirds up my heart rate was over 150 (fat burning mode hopefully). It was a beautiful view from here already. The others were worried about making it back to the ship,if they continued up. Pawp really wanted to and his ...


    A travel blog entry by mitdianem on Sep 12, 2014

    14 photos

    ... called Melk. The guided tour today was to be of the Benedictine Abbey up on the hill. It was a strikingly pretty yellow color which I thought wasn't typical for an Abbey. Then I found out about the museum they had there, the school that housed 900+ students, and the extensive library, and it made more sense. It was a beautiful place! The museum housed an ornate cross that supposedly housed a splinter from the cross of the crucifixion. ...

    Melk and the Wachau Valley

    A travel blog entry by boysplus on May 19, 2014

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... Melk, Austria. This is a very scenic town of very small size that has the imposing figure of Melk Abby protecting it from up on the hill able. Melk Abby is a Benedictine Order that still has 30 monks in residence at the Abby. We rode a bus up and went on a guided tour that was really well done. The sheer scale of this building is amazing. The first 2 courtyards were impressive and ...

    First few days in Krems

    A travel blog entry by laurenporter6 on Feb 20, 2014


    ... Austrian dishes for us to try. Around 8:30 we headed over to another bar for a few drinks and to meet some more people. I was shocked to be going to a bar at 8:30 and it was even pretty busy. At the bar the drinks were 2 for 1 so I decided to order a long island iced tea - worst decision. Note to self and note to everyone else, do not order a long island iced tea in Austria if you are used to the ones in Canada. We then went over to another bar where they ...