Travel Blogs from Sankt Polten
... some of the Marille liqueur. The proprietor told us he has been trying to get a license to export his whisky to the US for nearly 20 years, but it is apparently extremely difficult to do so. It is a shame, because we would certainly ship some over from time to time, if it was possible.
We made it back to the ship just in time to set sail for Vienna and enjoy some wonderful views of the lower portion of the Wachau Valley as we ...
... was time for our first band we wanted to see, Of Monsters and Men, they were truly amazing. After this we went and got a bite to eat. While we ate we watched The Fratellis. After The Fratellis we went back to the main stage and saw Empire of the Sun, Franz Ferdinand and Tenacious ...
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... girls, a big change from when it was only monks who lived there. The church was magnificent. So much gold. So many statues. So much wealth.
From the Abbey we were driven down the Wachau Valley to one of the numerous wineries for more wine tasting. We are finding it rather strange to be sipping on wine or beer at 10 in the morning but there don't seem to be many abstaining. I guess if you book a ...
... the money to buy some food for the local homeless dude who hangs out on the street corner near our house, we have affentionately named the Billa dude, after the store we frequently see him stand in front of.
We met a friend we met at the entrance, Lisa and her two boys, to begin our journey. The word tiergarten translates to animal garden, or zoo. But, this was a preserve, so ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center