Hotel Innviertlerhof

Address: Johann-Roithner str. 109, Traun, Upper Austria, A-4050, Austria | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Johann-Roithner str. 109, Traun.
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    Travel Blogs from Traun

    Salzburg, Sound of Music

    A travel blog entry by dgregory on Jun 19, 2015

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    ... praying. Trip to he loo cost 50c, as do most toilets in Europe, but here the attendant would go into each vacated toilet and wipe the seat with a cloth before letting the next lady in. We set off for Linz at about 4pm and the rain had cleared early in the afternoon so we could see the mountains that were just on the edge of Salzburg. Beautiful city, definitely a place we would come back to again if we ever have the opportunity. Back on board at 6pm, for a ...

    Linz - Grein

    A travel blog entry by paul_j_brennan on Jun 18, 2015

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    ... rough in parts. Overall it is the best path that we have travelled on in this trip.

    We followed the river, past industrial areas and them into agricultural areas. Corn, potatoes, wheat and kale are the popular crops. We crossed the river at a huge lock using the access road over the top. The southern path took us through a Black Forest and away from the river. We made it back to the river - reassuring as that is when ...

    Sore butts and lots of cabbage patches

    A travel blog entry by joeandemtomai on Jun 03, 2015

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    ... veg... Most of them looked like the dodgy kidnappers from Taken 2 :) After 50+ kms of cycling we finally reach Linz, the capital of upper Austria. It is after 7pm and the river banks are still packed with groups of bare chested bocce players, many friends and couples relaxing and tanning beside the Danube. Some are swimming/drowning against the strong current, others are jogging, cycling, listening to music, reading.. One lady is just sitting by the river with ...

    Cycling to Schlogen

    A travel blog entry by joeandemtomai on Jun 02, 2015

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    Ahh the tranquil Danube valley, the sun burns my scalp while the alpines provide shady refuge, a wonderful feeling of serenity and freedom. We rock up to the town of shlogen (3 buildings) and set up our tent for our first camping night! Tap tap ttttap rain drops start dropping on our tent, ahh the bags! Waking up to the ghostly valley the feeling is quite mystical, clouds placed between the ...

    Danube Cycling 101

    A travel blog entry by kavking1 on May 11, 2015

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    ... was utterly breathtaking, it is reputed to have the largest church organ in the nonUSA world. Curiously the length of the church has a slight curve. Sort of disconcerting.
    So Mark and I found an ATM and headed back to the ship. Very nice, large common areas including a great roof deck, and an especially jocular (but secretly moody) entertainment manager. He has a hard job I guess trying to cater to the needs and whims of the passengers who ...