Hotel Radlinger

Address: Lanzendorfer Str. 10, Pellendorf, Lower Austria, 2325, Austria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lanzendorfer Str. 10, Pellendorf, is near Central Cemetery (Zentralfriedhof), Schmetterlinghaus Hofburg Wien, Thermalbad Oberlaa, and Squash Oberlaa.
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      Travel Blogs from Pellendorf

      A merry Austrian Christmas

      A travel blog entry by hayleymarsh on Dec 24, 2013

      22 photos

      ... was absolutely beautiful inside and incredibly detailed. Later in the day we all took a trip out to the schnapps museum, which to be honest wasn't too much of a museum, rather an opportunity to try many different types of schnapps. We got to select which flavours we wanted to try and while you might have thought that I would have learned my lesson from previous experiences, it appears I'm a sucker for punishment and went straight for the chilli flavour ...

      Very Nice Vienna

      A travel blog entry by hannah_louise on Sep 21, 2013

      So today we were dropped into town and we headed straight for the Spanish riding school and bought tickets for the show. Walked around to the opera house and then back for the show which went for 80 minutes and was amazing, especially because I appreciate how hard it is o train these animals and the amount of effort and skill to train them it was incredible. We then caught a tram to Belvedere house to ...

      Day 37: schonbrunn palace incl zoo

      A travel blog entry by sarah_rossie on Jul 18, 2013

      2 photos

      ... Cool right? While walking through the halls and massive gardens the history is really quite palpable. As in you can just imagine them taking a 'turn around the garden' and plotting how to expand their empire. Coincidently they mainly expanded through marriage not war. Perhaps a good thing but not because there was a lot of marrying cousins and so forth so deformed children. After the tour I finally got the enthusiasm up to go for a walk in the garden. It was really hot - maybe ...

      Small World, Delicious Pastries

      A travel blog entry by angela.arnold on Jun 26, 2013

      3 comments, 8 photos

      ... Reina and I both settled on a pastry that is exclusive to Vienna, and is only in the surrounding region because of Viennese bakers that bring it into the countryside. It was delicious. Very rich and filling. We also had Viennese hot chocolate. It was a great way to start the day. And, conveniently, our server's brother lives in Michigan of all places to bake Viennese pastries half the year, so I might be get the exact same things back home.



      A travel blog entry by alison.seeds on May 14, 2013

      4 comments, 4 photos

      ... open. When the soviets left , the churches doors closed other than for masses, due to theft of valuables. This inability to enter the churches on today's tour may account for the beautiful spiritual atmosphere on our way home on the bus. That is when I learnt that ninety five percent of the tour are church goers. As soon as we got back on the bus their eyelids gently lowered and heads bowed in prayer. They're a spiritual lot as ...