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After sleeping 12+ hours straight, we awoke to a cold, partly sunny day, but after the rain & wind of yesterday, we were thrilled!! We joined a bus tour of historical Vienna , part of which we had seen through the rain yesterday. We then toured Schonnbrunn Palace which is huge , but the public sees only a small portion of it. This is Easter week ...
... food is not an option because it has to be carried for several blocks. Dog food selection is extremely limited. And, then there's the bank. You can push the button for English on the ATM, and get your transaction started, but invariably, it will forget what it's supposed to be doing, and start asking questions in German again. They don't write checks here. You get these bank draft forms and put them into a machine and it gives you a receipt ...
... a bread dumplings - the dumplings were as big as a cantaloupe - the Goulash was fantastic but I couldn't eat more than a few bitefulls of the dumpling - it was delicious too but oh so huge! There was another live opera being shown on the huge screen in the Mall. This time it was The Barber of Seville. We stayed and watched for a while but the cold night got the better of me so we came back to the ...
Caught a train to Frequency Festival and after a lot of searching found a spot to setup the tent. After this we went for a walk and watched two acts ... We then went to the tent, had a drink and went back to the stages. First we saw Killerpilze, a German band, and then Archive. ...
... Vienna thing. Had that then felt sick then went to museum. The museum was the life of the royals. It had a **** load of fine china and silver and gold stuff. Very fancy. Then it continued to a museum dedicated to Sisi or Elizabeth was her proper name. She was the wife of frank Joseph II, the last proper emperor of the Austrian empire. They were first cousins and she was a very depressed kind of person. She came from Bavaria (??) and hated the royal ...
Other places to stay in Sankt Polten
Schillerplatz 1, Sankt Polten | 4 star hotelfrom $157
Hauptstrasse 52, Sankt Polten | Hotelfrom $99
Schulgasse 2, Sankt Polten | 3 star hotelfrom $98
A-3100 St. Poelten, Sankt Polten | Hotelfrom $43