Oetscherdorf-Hotel Bluemchen

Address: Am Belling 2, Lackenhof am Otscher, Lower Austria, 3295, Austria | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Am Belling 2, Lackenhof am Otscher.
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Travel Blogs from Lackenhof am Otscher

Beautiful day even with the clouds

A travel blog entry by juds76rhine on Oct 29, 2015

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... have time to post pictures..........
Along the river we also saw an area of vineyards on a hill that is called the hill of a thousand barrels if they have a successful harvest.
Also, another point of interest was sculpture that resembled a nose as if someone was buried beneath the dirt...it is situated in a city park...although it looked like a remote area to us. ...


A travel blog entry by mjmbmurphy on Oct 21, 2015

2 comments, 57 photos

... for a number of months until a very hansom was paid for his release. The hillsides are resplendent with vineyards.

We docked in Melk and after lunch we were bussed to the Melk Abbey, built between 1702 and 1736. The abbey was originally a royal palace. In the 11th century, Leopold II of Babenburg presented the palace to the Benedictine monks, who turned it into a fortified abbey. Its jaw-dropping interior is a baroque extravaganza, ...

18-22 June Germany and Austria

A travel blog entry by debclarke on Jun 22, 2015

5 comments, 17 photos

Helloooooio lovely Comrades, Bamberg, honestly we can't remember if we explored it or not!!!!! It's near the end of the Bergs and I think we were 'berged' out by then. But the next stop we do remember as it was Nuremberg, the place where Hitler held his yearly rallies in September up until 1938. They lasted a week and drew as many as one million people from all over Germany. The city later became famous for the Nuremberg trials where the Nazis were ...

Melk to Durnstein: Bikes, Breaks and Wine

A travel blog entry by bandrpullen on Apr 09, 2015

1 comment, 16 photos

... is all done by hand! Then they passed out fresh hot bread to eat between wines! Austrians make mostly white wines, so that is what we tasted. These were reasonably priced so we bought a bottle to bring home with us (Bob's suitcase is lighter than mine). We walked back to the buses afterward and saw the people from the other two groups. None of them had bags of wine, so I think we may have gone to the best tavern!

By the time we got back ...

Melk to Vienna

A travel blog entry by akandaa on Sep 07, 2014

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... s rule. There were a set of altar paintings from the 16th century that were extremely modern to my eye. The wing we saw was originally a guest wing for visiting nobles. The abbey had been rebuilt in the 1700s from gothic style to baroque style under the sponsorship of the Hapsburgs and their efforts to turn Austria back to Catholicism. We saw the marble hall, the balcony and the library. While ...