Das Steinberger Event & Seminar Hotel Alttlengbach

Hauptstrasse 52, Sankt Polten, Lower Austria, 3033 , Austria | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Hauptstrasse 52, Sankt Polten.
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    Travel Blogs from Sankt Polten

    Vienna, Austria

    A travel blog entry by margaretreilly on Apr 19, 2014

    ... church (more like a Cathedral). Being Good Friday lite a candle for mum. After spending another day wondering around beautiful Cesky Krumlov, we left for Vienna yesterday morning after breakfast. Took a private transfer with a young uni student driver who spoke minimal English. Arrived at the Classic Hotel Wein around 12.00 noon. On first impressions Vienna reminds me of Paris - wide ...

    Some cheese to go with that w(h)ine?

    A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Oct 24, 2013

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... money leaves your account. Of course, once again, all the instructions are in German. I'm doing a lot of just pushing buttons and waiting to see what the machine does next. "Bargeld" is cash. "Bitte Warten" is "please wait". I've come to terms with the washing machine. I've finally caught up with the accumulated laundry from two weeks in the hotel. The machine washes really well, even if I set it for lightly soiled. But it takes a really ...

    Palermo to Vienna - Day 43

    A travel blog entry by kerrycrosbie on Sep 27, 2013

    2 photos

    Friday 27 September 2013 Weather, Hot and humid - 33 degrees Breakfast at the Central Palace Hotel, Palermo, was very good - again, anything you wanted, including champagne and orange juice if that was your thing for breakfast. We ate under enormous, crystal chandeliers (the hotel was a palace in its past life) with crisp, white linen tablecloths and napkins and beautiful silverware. In such beautiful surrounds, you just want to eat slowly and take ...

    Day 38: downtown Vienna

    A travel blog entry by sarah_rossie on Jul 19, 2013

    ... didn't spend much time together because she was often travelling Europe to get away from life. Then her son committed suicide and she took it hard. She wasn't a popular empress at the time but she had lots of idiosyncrasies which now ppl find endearing and hence the museum. She died while she was still quite young when she was stabbed by an anti royal person. I think this is the time that the Holy Roman Empire was dissolving and the Austrian empire ...

    Piano Lessons

    A travel blog entry by angela.arnold on Jun 25, 2013

    6 photos

    ... been trying to understand Viennese culture better, and Karin, the German teacher, did her best to explain some things to us. For example, in the United States, if pedestrians are crossing and cars stop, we wave to thank them. Apparently in Vienna, if you wave to people like that, it is an invitation and means that you are promiscuous and interested in them. Gross!! Here I am, smiling through town, happy I'm here, greeting people like Mary Tyler ...