Romantikhotel Im Weissen Roessl

Address: Marktplatz 74, St. Wolfgang, Upper Austria, 5360, Austria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Marktplatz 74, St. Wolfgang.
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      Prague to Cesky Krumlov

      A travel blog entry by nvs on Dec 05, 2014

      34 photos

      We enjoyed our dinner last night. Carolyn desperately wanted waffles with LOTS of chocolate for dessert so we decided to eat light for dinner so we could fit it all in. Neil finally tasted his "warm or mulled wine" which he said he is not that fussed to rush back for! We decided to try the Czech sausage in bread not a bun like the German way. The guy serving us was funny when we asked if they had buns for the sausage ...

      Cesky Krumlov "The Krums"

      A travel blog entry by domandkatey on Nov 10, 2014

      24 photos

      ... debauchery, murder or witchcraft associated with it. We spent our first night exploring the little town and viewing the many monuments (castles, town squares and cathedrals). We had dinner in a traditional restaurant with a roaring fire and a cave-like appearance. We enjoyed the garlic soup and local beers. I plan on adding garlic soup to my wintertime recipe rotation when we get home.

      The following day, (after poor Dom had to sleep on basically ...

      Czech Republic -Cesky Krumlov

      A travel blog entry by amery on Sep 10, 2013

      31 photos

      ... castle overlooking a loop in the river, and it's very quaint and pretty, with a lot of painted facades, and unusually they have plastered the walls in amny places and then painted on fake stone blocks! .

      As garnets are mined near here, I brought Christine a pair ...

      Fairytale city!

      A travel blog entry by alexcooper on Aug 28, 2012

      ... from the centuries-old crypt. Skulls and femurs strung from the ceiling and the huge chandelier that hangs from the centre of the monastery contains at least one of each bone in the human body. There are pyramids of stacked bones in each corner of the chapel and the walls and archway of the entrance are decorated with skulls and bones (sorry can't tell you which ones here). The whole place is very unique. Kristy and Cindy thought it had an eery feel to it, I'm ...

      A city from an old fairy-tale

      A travel blog entry by gwawd on Sep 11, 2011

      ... It's smaller than KamPod but it has maybe 10 times more buildings from the last 750 of its history in great shape making it extremely concentrated for that special kind of historical-tourist impressions which I'm hunting for. The castle of the glorious Schwarzenberg dynasty is simply huge (2nd in CR after the Hrad of Prague) all covered by baroque paintings. Its almost as big as the old city on an island ...