Schwarzer Adler

Address: 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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... brandy, chocolates, soaps, lip balm, syrups, wines....that are produced...if only I could have bought it home. We went through the largest number of towns/ villages we have been through so far on this biking trail....ALL of which were just stunning...very old world ( almost Shakespearen) wobbly buildings, wobbly cobbled streets and yet stunning against the backdrop of vineyard hillsides and ...

Off to Salzburg !

A travel blog entry by carolynschuts on Sep 26, 2014

24 photos

... For this we needed to go in a cable railway to the top of the fortress. Here they had a Fortress Museum and a Marionette Museum. After wandering around the town we had diner. We are trying to eat Austrian food whenever we can. I was not so hungry so I had beef soup with cheese dumplings. It sounds strange but was very nice. It was a clear, tasty broth with this pancake on the bottom. Sheree and Tanya had spinach dumplings ...

Fifth day on the BIKES

A travel blog entry by dfleck on Sep 20, 2014

18 photos

... the mountains/ hillsides. What a perfect morning. Joan kept saying, "Look at this! Stop. Take a picture. Did you see that?" She about drove me nuts! However, she is the one with green bruises on the inside of her ankles from jumping on and off the bike. At one point we were riding through vineyards, apple orchards, and peach orchards. The orchards were so well kept. Everything in exact rows, neatly kept rows. ...


A travel blog entry by mitdianem on Sep 12, 2014

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... out on a terrace at one point in the museum and the view...well...spectacular! I was so impressed with the library, too. The sheer number of books they had was amazing. All were rebound to look exactly the same. They dated as far back as the middle ages, and the newest was from 2013. You can imagine how immense the place was!

We were lucky that Mario, our activities director, arranged for a few mini-vans to transport the ...


A travel blog entry by errolandtrish on Jul 24, 2013

2 comments, 11 photos

There was a visit to the Benedictine Abbey so I decided to go even though it was a bit risky - if you know what I mean. Once again indescribable. So large and most of it built over 900 years ago. The cathedral part must have been 30m high with painted ceilings. My camera shots taken on the Iphone don't do it justice. Certainly need a wide angle lens but even then you can't capture the size of the buildings. Most of the photographs only show a small portion of a ...