Travel Blogs from Vienna, Austria

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The Spirit, Vienna, Austria travel blog

The Spirit

A travel blog entry by beautiful_life

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... Sunshine is back! I went for Brazilian waxing first time in Europe. Finally I found a waxing studio, all the way in Austria and surprisingly it was cheaper than Singapore! Yippie..... *trying hard to get over the pathetic loss of England's match to ...

sleeping beauties...or should i say beauty..., Vienna, Austria travel blog

sleeping beauties...or should i say beauty...

A travel blog entry by angecolleen

... that seems to be the common trend on in this city. alot of sleeping. we decided to take the over night train from munich to vienna, which was a good idea, minus me not being able to sleep, and colleen almost losing her life in the top bunk of the train ...

Free parking in Vienna, Vienna, Austria travel blog

Free parking in Vienna

A travel blog entry by manofmayo

I don't know what version of Free you might subscribe to, but here in Vienna if a parking garage claims to be free-don't believe it. And if your apartment owner says free parking is across the street-definitely don't believe it. I learned the hard way ...

Waltzing through Wien, Vienna, Austria travel blog

Waltzing through Wien

A travel blog entry by koppers

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... apt, since it was a religious holiday -- though no one appeared to be praying. So clearly, tour season never takes a holiday in Vienna (it's just the grocery stores that shut down, I guess).    It was a chilly and overcast day, so after ...

Goodbye Slovakia Hello Austria, Vienna, Austria travel blog

Goodbye Slovakia Hello Austria

A travel blog entry by offentheworld

Goodbye Bratislava, hello Wien!!The train ride from Bratislvaa to Vienna is a quick 45 minutes with stops. You can catch a train every hour, we decided since the trip was so short, and cheap we wouldn't use our Eurail Paases and just bought tickets ...

Austria, Vienna, Salzburg, Austria travel blog

Austria

A travel blog entry by 2460matt

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... to some pretty fancy coffee shops. The next day I went out to the Belvedere palace and gardens then went out to Vienna's central cemetery Zentralfriedhof to see the graves of famous Austrian's including Beethoven and Schubert. That night I went out to a ...

11 hours of train, Vienna, Austria travel blog

11 hours of train

A travel blog entry by beautiful_life

... was woken up by numerous people inlcuding train conductors and police officers. What a long and tiring 11 hours of train ride to Vienna. I was dead tired when I arrived...... The only good thing was I paid half the price of the normal ticket for no ...

Sachre Torte - YUM, Vienna, Austria travel blog

Sachre Torte - YUM

A travel blog entry by croucher

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... ruled from Vienna by the Habsburg dynasty on one side, and on the other, the coats of arms of the City of Vienna and of the Republic of Austria are depicted. The roof is so steep that it is sufficiently cleaned by the rain alone and is seldom covered by ...

I'm in Love...wirth Vienna, Vienna, Austria travel blog

I'm in Love...wirth Vienna

A travel blog entry by beautiful_life

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... the pension, took a shower and I headed out to the city. I was walking towards the direction of the biggest catedral in Austria and I happened to walk this culture/ food/ drink festival. about 50 tents/ stores were set up....I simply love it, seeing ...

Gutten abend/margen!!, Vienna, Austria travel blog

Gutten abend/margen!!

A travel blog entry by wc2013europe

... Bazaar but the two complemented themselves well. Then it was off to the airport for the flight on Turkish airlines to Vienna which exceeded many expectations with its services in both the food and entertainment departments. Upon arrival we met our guides ...

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