Aktivhotel Seepark

Address: Bimbo Binder Promenade 15, Sankt Polten, Lower Austria, 3100, Austria | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bimbo Binder Promenade 15, Sankt Polten.
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Schonbrunn Palace and Peterskirche, Vienna

A travel blog entry by marguerite_b on Jun 19, 2014

2 comments, 18 photos

... out in glorious colour. The Neptune fountain and the imposing Gloriette which looks like a Roman ruin and designed to glorify the Habsberg's power, stands directly opposite the Palace.

We were then given a guided tour through 20 of the 1440 odd rooms in the Palace's beautifully decorated Queen's apartments and grand State Rooms. The rooms reflect the style and taste of each Habsburg sovereign who lived the palace over the centuries. I have no words ...

Another day, another opera

A travel blog entry by gandablog on May 24, 2014

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We had arranged to meet an old friend of Owen's that lives here in Vienna. Because of an unfavourable weather forcast we skipped a tour around the hills and met Lee in the city. It was wonderful to catch up with Lee and chat with somebody who is now almost a local.
We took the opportunity to sit down at the Cafe Central, a traditional coffee and cakes experience. Quite formal waiters and an extraordinary display of cakes. ...

2 Days Left...

A travel blog entry by lizzierees on May 14, 2014

We are in St Polten for 1 night and very close to the end of our tour! The hotel is lovely... apparently one of the best breakfasts of the tour...we shall see!

Not many places to eat - a very expensive restaurant with an illegible menu and that's about it!

We spent the evening recording videos and songs for our departure. It's all getting very real now!

Not long till I'm home! (and unemployed!)

Waltzing through Vienna

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Jan 25, 2014


... set up in front of the City Hall. We passed the various palaces of the Hapsburgs, and the Spanish Riding School, and probably somewhere, the Viennese choir boys’ place (it was marked on a map, but I never saw a proper sign). We passed monuments and plaques and wurstel stands. We accidentally happened upon the best-preserved example of Viennese Succession architecture in the city, bearing the inscription Der Zeit Ihre Kunst, Der Kunst Ihre Freiheit (which ...

Auf Wiedersehen Wien!

A travel blog entry by tennesseetales on Oct 06, 2013

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... not an open-topped one as it was still freezing! It was hard to keep up with the audio tour both due to the speed at which the interpreter was speaking but also because there was just so much to say about Vienna and her history. I'd need to do the whole tour again to really get a sense of how Vienna established itself and grew but overwhelming you get the sense of a very proud, respectful city that still struggles with it's identity in much the way Memphis ...

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