Berghotel Tulbingerkogel

Address: Tulbingerkogel 1, Mauerbach, Lower Austria, 3001, Austria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Tulbingerkogel 1, Mauerbach, is near Hohe Wand Wiese, Libro, Mode Vogele, and Spielwelt.
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    New experiences of all things old!

    A travel blog entry by doug_leah on Jul 08, 2015


    ... be quite a special night.
    As we have missed a couple of days from last blogging I will catch up-
    Sunday 5th July- we arrived in Regensburg later in the morning. The day was very hot at 35 degrees plus. Not too much was planned for the day and we had free time to explore on our own or take the walking tour. There was a group of us that headed over to a Medieval market about 3+ k's walk from the boat. The market was very low key ...

    In Vienna (18th) and Cheryl leaves (19th)

    A travel blog entry by linley_t on May 19, 2015

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    Day 1 in Vienna and we just wandered up the main walking street in the CBD. We saw St. Stephen's Cathedral. Cheryl bought her last minute souvenirs. We scoped out where I'll be moving to tomorrow. Another good spot, only about 10 mins walk from where we currently are. We had a coffee in a flashy looking coffee/bar. There were even mirrors in the toilet. The coffee ...

    The Capital of Austria

    A travel blog entry by newtoa on Mar 16, 2015

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    ... surrounded by figures symbolizing the rivers that flow into the Danube. The Gothic St. Stephen's Cathedral (1300-1450) sits in the center of Vienna. We passed Graben, the former moat of a Roman military camp and the Holy Trinity Plague Column where, in 1679, Emperor Leopold I dropped to his knees and begged God to save Vienna from the bubonic plague that killed a third of the city. St. Peter's Church was built as a thank you ...

    Walking around Vienna

    A travel blog entry by on Sep 25, 2014

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    ... learning all of our new things we also saw amazing thing! We saw St. Stephens Cathedral, the parliament building, the National Library and a bunch more fountains. Have I mentioned that Vienna is awesome! We tried both the apple strudel and the sachertorte and they are both amazingly delicious. We also had our first beers in Austria today! What a success. And in case you are wondering... It was Maslor who proposed. Unfortunately, I don't think it's going to work ...


    A travel blog entry by 2013 on Jul 04, 2014

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    ... that grabs ones attention simply because of the gold globe, consisting of hundreds of gold leaves resting on its roof. It was built in the 1890s, by artists who objected to the prevailing conservatism of the Vienna Künstlerhaus.

    One of the main things we were to do with our tour guide was visit the Alts Weiner Schnaps Museum. This old Viennese Factory, famous for its brandies and liquers, ...