Weinhotel Kirchenwirt

Address: Untere Hauptstrasse 43, Gols, Burgenland, Austria | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Untere Hauptstrasse 43, Gols.
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    A travel blog entry by bruce-abernethy on Aug 11, 2014

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    ... split. We went next door to a restaurant that was serving food and asked for a table. A waitress waved us into the back and said no problem. Off we went, round the back, but guess what?, no table. Back round the front, huh?, "oh no, there wouldn't be a table round there now, how about you come back in half an hour". We had hungry kids, so no thanks. We went across the street and had lousy Italian. That worked pretty well, until I only tipped the waiter 10%. He ...

    Central Europe by train

    A travel blog entry by sandm82 on Mar 18, 2014

    ... as a sort of base for my
    explorations. Cities/ towns visited included Vienna, Salzburg, Werfen,
    Melk, and Baden (Austria), Olomouc and Brno (Czech Republic), Sopron ...

    Walking on eggs

    A travel blog entry by jubba152 on Dec 13, 2013

    ... through Prague (Naatjie says that she spent 12 hours sitting in traffic through Prague on her way to Berlin once) at least we will still be able to buy groceries over the next few days. On Monday Paul and I plan to leave for Berlin and make our way up to Hamburg before coming back to Dresden for Christmas in Saxony. We still haven't seen snow which has, in some ways, become a golden thread through out our travels so far. Every place we go the people we meet have said that our ...

    Sight seeing in Vienna

    A travel blog entry by mombeau66 on Aug 12, 2013

    24 photos

    ... number of workers there had to have been. He was a very particular man and his grounds were built in perfect symmetry. We thought the fountains and sculptures were very cool. The Palace was sold in 1752 to Empress Maria Theresa and she named it Belvedere which means beautiful view. I was disappointed the grounds are not better maintained today but could imagine the lush green of the Prince's era. Beau laughed when I reminded him ...


    A travel blog entry by dejadoo on May 01, 2013

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    ... was very lucky during the war as it was hit by only one bomb (in the ballroom) but the damage was subsequently repaired. As the photographs show the 600 acre grounds are extensive. Despite snow still being on the ground only two weeks ago, the tulip displays are well established and the beautifully trimmed trees are coming into leaf. The grounds include a private parterre garden constructed exclusively for the Emperor so that nobody could see him if ...

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