Schloss Haindorf

Address: Krumpockallee 21, Langenlois, Lower Austria, 3550, Austria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Krumpockallee 21, Langenlois, is near Matthausen and Ursin Haus.
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Travel Blogs from Langenlois

Melk Abbey & Durnstein

A travel blog entry by crabby on Jul 11, 2015

23 photos

... and hanged on a dead elderberry tree. After his killing, however, said tree revived and bloomed continuously for one year. The Abbey is enormous, containing 1,000 windows. It functions today as a working Abbey, museum and middle/high school with 800 students. Back in the day, it also acted as a place for the royalty to stay as they were traveling. The church and state were very intricately wound ...

Durnstein and Melk in the Wachau Valley

A travel blog entry by dingleydave on Jul 01, 2015

2 comments, 13 photos

... for a guided tour. It was originally the residence of the Babenberg family however since 1089 it has been a Benedictine monastery. For over 900 years monks have continually lived here. It is one of the finest attractions in Austria. The library with 3000 books and the church was truly spectacular. Bach to the ship and set sail for Linz and and Sallzburg after a special dinner in the invitation only ...

The Hills Are Alive

A travel blog entry by hippler on Nov 14, 2014

3 comments, 66 photos

... on the way to St. Polten, where we'd catch a fast 5 pm train to Budapest. Whew! What a whirlwind tour. It was definitely one of the highlights of the trip so far and I can't possibly mention all of the people we met who were so kind and interested in us, even if we couldn't speak the same language. Angela was a great translator, even if she didn't think so. We said our goodbyes on track 3 and I've been writing this blog entry ever since.


Monumental Melk

A travel blog entry by 2013 on Jul 03, 2014

22 photos

... of a minstrel (supposedly that of Ric*************heart) and a maiden by his side. We were heading to the charming village of Durnstein, hence the statue just witnessed. Ric*************heart,
offended Leopold in Palestine by casting down his standards from the walls at the battle of Acre and kept all the booty. Hence, when in 1191 Ric*************-Heart tried sneaking through the Wachau Valley disguised as a peasant, ...

Karaoke Time!

A travel blog entry by laurenporter6 on Feb 28, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... which was kind of interesting and on topic of the class) but then he told us that he organizes the Wachau Marathon in Krems and told us all the issues he has been having with the planning and basically asked us to solve his problems. Not a fun class at all. And I have no idea what the final exam is going to consist of after that class.

Thursday night we had an international dinner party with all the other exchange students ...