SeeVilla Wolfgangsee

Address: Markt 17, St. Wolfgang, Upper Austria, 5360, Austria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Markt 17, St. Wolfgang, is near Piz Val Gronda.
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      Venice - Floating in Italy

      A travel blog entry by pipped on Jan 17, 2015

      5 photos

      ... carnival started as a result of the lower classes demanding more from their rulers. As a result a festival of equality was created where everyone could party and be merry and enjoy equally. Watch out because the masks have historical significance so try and stay away from the prostitute and dr varieties. Venice filled your head with many beautiful pictures but hurt my wallet!! It's a very touristy city and I would not like to come back in ...

      Alstadt, Hohensalzburg Fortress, Mirabell Palace

      A travel blog entry by kcase on Aug 23, 2014

      9 photos

      ... a free souvenir magnet after our tasting!

      On our way back to the train station, we stopped by Mirabell Palace and gardens. The gardens were intricately detailed with patterns among the florals. I enjoyed admiring the statues that lined the garden and picturing scenes from the Sound of Music, which had certain scenes filmed here. We boarded the train back to Munich to ensure we arrived with plenty of time to grab a bite to eat and board our sleeper train for our next stop...

      My hair gets messy when my head is in the clouds

      A travel blog entry by beccabaker6 on Jan 20, 2014

      9 comments, 40 photos

      ... in Hungary post World War II. Our hotel was one of the most lavish buildings in all of Pest, and that may be because of the money that tourism brings in. Something interesting I immediately picked up on was that there is a clear divide between Bud and Pest. Obviously by that of the river, but also financially and the mentality. The people living in Pest are seen as lower class, and both of the tour guides I had went as far to say that they were the "peasants" and that the people ...

      Lovely & Lonesome

      A travel blog entry by kerryjkelley on Jun 12, 2013

      5 photos

      ... COFFEE SHOP I’VE EVER BEEN TO. If you know me, you know that this is quite an accomplishment for a cafe.

      People-watching and view-seeking are top pastimes of mine. I walked around the fortress walls, feeling a little bit like Maria. The older, making-out couple that kept sneaking around the corners and bushes was hilarious; the kids on tricycles made my morning with their cuteness. Of course, I couldn't stop snapping ...

      Mozart meets the Sound of Music

      A travel blog entry by kharby on May 31, 2012

      9 photos

      ... a tip but forgot our back pack which holds our clothes and camera, etc. We stopped at an outdoor market, bought some meat and cheese...Glenn didn't realize he forgot the backpack until we were walking through the gardens on our way back to the hotel.

      Supper-ing on our newly bought meat and cheese...soon to find out that we went way over board in ...