Berghotel Tulbingerkogel

Tulbingerkogel 1, Mauerbach, Lower Austria, 3001, Austria | 4 star hotel
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A Second Chance to see Vienna

A travel blog entry by theporters2013


We arrived in Vienna at lunchtime yesterday.

Went on a bus/walking tour of the city. Shops closed (Sunday) but plenty of people around. We enjoyed picking up some extra info on our second visit.

Last night, we visited The Albertina Museum for a private concert which included music by Strauss and Mozart and some opera singing as well. Beautiful. Night tour of Vienna on the way back to the ...

Vienna to Bratislava

A travel blog entry by lorievans


... many missing cobblestones, pieces of marble off steps, torn up path, old paint, etc). However, the price of food and goods dropped to half of what it was in Western Europe. The ride the next day from Bratislava to camp in Komarom, just across the Hungarian border was long with not much in the way of sightseeing. This area seems to have been stopped in time, say 1973. Per Wikipedia, Slovakia became an ...

Singing Trees

A travel blog entry by angela.arnold


... tried the poppy seed pastry. It was SO disgusting. It tasted like meat and had the texture of crunching into millions of little carpenter ants in my mouth. I spit it out, had to rinse out my mouth and everything. It gave me the shivers just thinking about it.

I practiced at the regular rehearsal space we have rented out in the 3rd district, which was much cooler than being in the heat of the day in my room (which gets direct sunlight ...


A travel blog entry by bliebenow


... creepy people almost always alone on the canvas (or having sex, in which case there are two people). I also went to the Leopold museum in Museumsquartier after Cynthia left to see more of Klimt and Schiele, and I would say the Leopold has a nicer setup than Albertina. You can't beat Monet, though, so I would recommend both.

After Schönnbrunn we went to Belvedere, but before we went to Albertina, Cynthia wanted to see Mozart's grave. Unfortunatley, ...

Vienna city sights

A travel blog entry by nicoll


... conductors over the years, (including Gustav Mahler, one of Paul Keeting's favourites I believe), and then passed the Burg Theatre. The latter was built in 1741 as the National Theatre, and it has (supposedly) the largest performing stage in the world. We had a quick look at St Stephens Cathedral which dominates the skyline. The south tower is 445 ft high, it's roof is very steep and has 250,000 tiles, and it has 18 ...


This 4 star hotel, located on Tulbingerkogel 1, Mauerbach, is near Hohe Wand Wiese, Libro, Mode Vogele, and Spielwelt.
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