Appartements Kastner

Address: Jedleseer Str 67, Vienna, Vienna, 1210, Austria | Condo
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This condo, located on Jedleseer Str 67, Vienna, is near Danube Tower, Donauturm, Danube Bike Path (Donauradweg), and Donaupark.
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    A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Feb 20, 2015

    ... in front of us. The coffee and cake afterwards pretty much paid for itself. Don't worry, the money we saved on the ballet (strangest sentence I've ever written) went to splurging on coffee and cake - brilliant! Apfel strudel for me, sucker cake for Steph and a delicious iced mocha coffee to share. The next morning we went off to see the summer palace at schonbrinner before we left Austria. Man did the hapsburgs know how to live. Such a brilliant setup ...

    This Ain't the Holiday Inn

    A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Jan 23, 2015

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    ... Most expensive hotel - Hotel Concordia, Venice, at Easter, 1,000 euros for three nights. (Vienna Marriott is probably a competitor here, but the expense was covered by the NRC, so we didn't have to pay.) Best location - Hotel Concordia, Venice because it was right off St. Marks square, which meant we had directional signs all over the city guiding us back to our hotel. Honorable mentions in this category to the Rembrandt Hotel in Bucharest and Hotel Maleho Vitka ...

    4 days in Vienna

    A travel blog entry by thevans2014 on Jun 26, 2014

    18 photos

    The train journey from Budapest to Vienna was relatively short when compared with previous train trips, taking only 2.5 hours. We departed from a station in an outer suburb of Budapest, the perfect setting for a WW2 movie. This gave us an interesting insight into the Hungarian way of life. The manual effort put into keeping the train departures list up to date was amazing. It was one of those spinning metal boards that never seemed to get up to ...

    Vienna really is a beautiful city

    A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Jun 22, 2014

    2 comments, 22 photos

    I was awoken this morning by the ringing of church bells and the scream of police sirens. After brioche and fruit for breakfast, we set out to walk around this gorgeous city.

    We called in to the amazing St Stephen's Cathedral. There was a service in progress, so we didn't stay. The priest was giving his sermon, and even though it was in German, I got the gist of it. Vivaldi's funeral was held here in ...

    Habs, Opera, and Hippiefest

    A travel blog entry by watso on May 06, 2014

    76 photos

    ... on Andreas because he later told me he missed his morning class the next day! Success!

    The rest of Vienna was quite relaxed, didn’t end up doing much other than waltzing around the Summer palace grounds and really taking it in by sitting in the grass and staying there admiring the view for an hour, and I also walked to the other part of town, seeing downtown and also went up the ferris wheel to have a better aerial view of the city as I like to do in most cities.