Parkhotel Krems

Address: Edmund-Hofbauer-Strasse 19, Krems, Danube Valley, Lower Austria, 3500, Austria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Edmund-Hofbauer-Strasse 19, Krems, is near Matthausen, Kunsthalle Krems, and Ursin Haus.
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        Pochlarn to Krems

        A travel blog entry by bhoare on Aug 15, 2015

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        ... and whiskey before the final ride into Krems.

        We stayed at the Park Hotel next to a park in the center of Krems. It was nothing fancy, with no A/c of course, so it will be another hot night. Having the hotel in my GPS made it easy to find. The west gate to the old walled city was only 2 blocks from the hotel which is where we headed for gelato before bed.


        Keep Calm and Krems

        A travel blog entry by jordanruf on Mar 10, 2014

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        ... amazing at setting up events for us to meet new students, all of whom are extremely interesting to get to know. It's interesting to compare differences between our cultures but even more amazing to see how similar everyone is. The biggest struggle has been the language barrier. The Canadians are the only native English speakers at IMC and have been told we need to speak more slowly multiple times now. But we are happy to speak as slowly as possible because ...

        A day on and along the river

        A travel blog entry by docsmyth on Jul 07, 2013

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        Today was a little different. Started off by having to wait for over an hour to get through a lock which put the whole day's schedule behind. However it is really fascinating watching the whole procedure as we pass through the lock.

        Eventually we reached our first destination for the day which was a town called Durnstein. Not a great deal there - basically a little village on the shores of the Danube. The most famous even appears to have been that ...

        Krems to Vienna

        A travel blog entry by lchapman on Jun 25, 2013


        ... on ceilings, chandeliers to die for all with candle lights as in old days...saw bedrooms and 22 special rooms....Maria Theresa had most influence in decorating. Very spectacular! Lots of Chinese art influence as well.... The gardens of the palace are wonderful....lots of roses.... Then we went through the carriage museum where we saw all the old carriages used by the rulers...quite lovely.... Then we ...

        Melk Abbey

        A travel blog entry by cambs070 on May 31, 2012

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        It was a fast morning of touring the Melk Abbey and town. Started at 8am and done by 11am. The Melk Abby has a library of over 200,000 books and have been in existance since the 1100's. The Benedictine monks have managed the Abbey. The abbey is now run ...