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

The Hills Are Alive

A travel blog entry by hippler on Nov 14, 2014

3 comments, 66 photos

... but this beauty does it all in one boil in just a couple of hours. Several barrels were seen in the back. They're the mash of various fruits that are fermenting for a couple weeks. When they're done, the mash is added to the still to distill the alcohol.

I'm no expert but I've read enough to know how it works and loved seeing the different steps via glass windows and lights to see inside. It was very impressive and we got to ...

Tour and bike riding,,,,

A travel blog entry by slb333 on Nov 12, 2014

... tour was thought some beautiful countryside, we saw our ship go by, had a box lunch, it was okay, the ride was beautiful , but bikes not,, we meet ship in town of Durmstien, Austria ,a medieval town. I just got back in time to do the winery town in town,,Treena stay on boat, I did tour,, nice family and tour, Rieseling wines family own , nice drive and place about 15 minutes from ship, came back to ship, meet TC , relax me shower and getting ready for ...

Durnstein Castle Ruins and Melk Abbey

A travel blog entry by oldbag on Oct 31, 2014

59 photos

... we a change of entertainment. The performers were 'The Sound of Salzburg' yep it was different (opera). While entertainment was on we set sail for Linz.


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Dürnstein is a small town on the Danube river in the Krems-Land district, in the Austrian state of Lower Austria.

Burgruine Dürnstein is ruins of a castle in Lower Austria. Burgruine Dürnstein is situated at an elevation of 312 m. Built about 1150 and ...

Melk, Austria and Wachau Valley

A travel blog entry by lindablaire on Sep 06, 2013

1 comment, 20 photos

... and frescos. Today there are only around 30 monks living at the abbey. As well, it is a prestigious monastery school with more than 700 students. After our visit to the abbey, we enjoyed a delicious Austrian lunch on deck with BBQ'd bratwurst, salads, fried chicken and Austrian pastry. Our wonderful chef, Karl, cooked up the brats. Our journey continued down the Danube from Melk to Krems, known as the Wachau Valley which is the loveliest area on this river. Both banks ...

Tour de Austria.

A travel blog entry by alison.seeds on May 15, 2013

2 comments

... of the Northern Hemisphere. Regular appears large, large appears bloody enormous and you have to pedal when it looks like you're going downhill. Perhaps it was these confusing things then and not the beers that caused Little Gary to end up in the nettle Patch to the amusement if Big Pete. A couple of such Nettle Patch falls enabled me to get in to my rightful place at the front of the pale ton for ...