Schwarzer Adler

Hauptplatz 1, Mariazell, Styria, 8630, Austria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Hauptplatz 1, Mariazell.
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Travel Blogs from Mariazell

Rossatz to Melk (45km)

A travel blog entry by gillken on Oct 04, 2014

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... along the way.....we stopped at a winery Sniewess (Snow White) and sampled 3 whites and a red...generous samplings they were too so we had to give it plenty of time (and were not riding on any roads hehe) As well as vineyards there are many orc**********g this part of the Danube trail...and the area is well known for the sweet apricots. Central Otago should take a leaf out of this book....the ...

Off to Salzburg !

A travel blog entry by carolynschuts on Sep 26, 2014

24 photos

... in German than it ever did in English!....sorry ELR fans! Went for a walk from our hotel to get our bearings. We were told the Old Town was very close. Armed with a map we made our way over to the old part of town. Here we found some grand buildings, churches, church grave yards and some beautiful, quaint streets. They have window boxes with geraniums growing......they look so nice! We made our way to see the ...

Sixth day on the BIKES!!!

A travel blog entry by dfleck on Sep 21, 2014

4 comments, 13 photos

... a beautiful day and there were lots of people on the bike path. We rode until just outside of Vienna, approximately 35 kilometers. We stopped at a roadside café and had coffee and a Coke. We finished off the snacks we had brought from home. We then proceeded on to Vienna. This was the part of the trip that we thought would be a challenge. The directions we were given to find the hotel looked pretty complicated. ...

Fifth day on the BIKES

A travel blog entry by dfleck on Sep 20, 2014

18 photos

... a 2 train-track village, very small. The most interesting was the church. In the basement were catacombs of Roman soldiers. It also had 2 pictures by the main door of the local fallen Austrian soldiers who fought with the Germans from WWII.

After the walk around town we met another couple from England, John and Sara. We had a glass of wine with them and talked about our biking experiences. They were ...

Melk And The Wachau Valley

A travel blog entry by onourway on Jul 20, 2013

2 comments, 4 photos

... cruise provided more breeze for the wedding party and guests than we found while strolling through town before our evening train. Shops and galleries in Austria tend to close at noon on Saturdays, so we were short on inside options to beat the heat. Melk is a beautiful place to wander though and we saw so many cute, fun and quirky things to stop and photograph and ponder. We kept the pace slow and ended the day with a shady dinner picnic in the Stadt Park.