Strohzogl 67, Tullnerbach, Lower Austria, 3011, Austria | 4 star b&b
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A travel blog entry by kiwisabroad


Arrived in Vienna late on the 21st stopping at the Habsburg's royal family summer palace on our way into the city. Palace was massive and the back yard was even more impressive. There is now a zoo and has become a major tourist attraction. We did a driving tour of the city before checking in to the hostel. The following day when gained energy through coffee and looked at the beautiful city with it's ...

Sunshine! Stadt's Park

A travel blog entry by nanslyn


... we spent time discovering all the statues of painters, writers, and musicians that are to be found throughout the park. The younger Strauss was there, as were Franz Schubert and Anton Bruckner. We also really liked the statue of E.J.Schlindler, a painter we were not really familiar with. His claim to fame appears to be that he was the father of Mahler's wife. There you ...

Sunday in Vienna

A travel blog entry by holdfast


... a toasty and I got a wurst. More about that later. We decided to make our way towards Stephensplatze or St Stephen's Square. This is where Stephendom or St Stephen's Cathedral is situated. It is an old gothic/Romanesque church that is dead in the centre of Vienna and easily their largest. No mass on there this morning but I was keen to look at the architecture because I do like a gothic cathedral. From the outside this surely impresses. With its ...

Day 35 and 36 - Vienna, I'll be back!

A travel blog entry by abs08


... I did not flinch, rolled over and tried to block it out. Then, we heard loud banging on our doors which meant that we had to evacuate. Shucks. As I rolled out of bed, the scene in the room was nothing short of hilarious. I was in a 6-bed dorm with 5 girls, 3 of them being Chinese. The other two girls, like me, casually and sleepily went to our lockers and got the passports out. The Chinese girls however were frantically running around trying to shove things into ...


A travel blog entry by stephjames


... the roof which is covered in mosaic tiles! We also went to a huge food market which was so good. We got lots of things, falafel balls and hummus, spinach and cheese pastry thing and a chicken dish cooked in lots of yummy spices. Was so greasy and delicious. The falafel and hummus was the favourite! The sellers at the markets are so pushy, you can't escape. Even when you're buying something from them they're trying to get you to buy other things they're selling. ...

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