Travel Blogs from Sankt Polten
... fall asleep. Tom joined Tut, Shannon and myself today, so to keep ourselves amused on the walk, the four of us an two girls we met, chatted amongst ourselves when our guide was no speaking. From what I can remember the guy saying, the architecture of the city literally has a cut off date between the modern looking buildings and the new. It can be all brought back to some union dispute between different types of artists. I honestly can not remember anymore ...
... 1103; нет, одна капел 00;ка остал 72;сь. Завтр 72; утром будет воскр 77;сная служб 72; в собор 77; и я ...
... The buildings are similar to most of the other larger European cities we have visited. Massive ornate buildings, extravagant statues etc. The Village and Woods we are visiting are famous due to the Crown Prince Rudolph and his mistress Baroness Elizabeth Vetsera both dying there at his hunting lodge. Legend has it that they committed suicide him shooting her and then himself. As this was considered a condemned act by the church all ...
... pass. Then it is off to explore the airport and find some lunch. I am sad to say that I settled for Burger King. I actually was looking for this Red Baron restaurant whose menu I saw but I did not find it. A funny thing happened though when ordering. When the girl asked me if I wanted ice in my drink I answered “oui” instead of “ja”. I apologized and she said it was ok since she spoke French. This keeps happening ...
... things we had to do in Vienna was check out the central library. It takes quite a bit to get to from us, but well worth it, as their English language section has many, many books, lucky for us. It also has sections for books in French, Italian, Turkish, Serbian, Romanian, Hungarian, Czech and Croatian. These Austrians really know their libraries!!!
We also scored ...
Other places to stay in Sankt Polten
Schillerplatz 1, Sankt Polten | 4 star hotelfrom $82
Hauptstrasse 52, Sankt Polten | Hotelfrom $111
Schulgasse 2, Sankt Polten | 3 star hotelfrom $119