Address: Gerhardusgasse 21/A, Vienna, Vienna, 1200, Austria | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Brigittenau area of Vienna, is near Votivkirche, Flea Market, Liechtenstein Museum, and Wagenburg.
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Loved vienna

A travel blog entry by deblee60 on Jun 22, 2015

Arrived in vienna sunday night. Got in late afternoon and and had abus tour around then booked in. Had the ost amazing diner at anogher hotel full of violins and everything else which hung from the roof. The wallswere covered ...

Vienna..Danube, Waltz, Schnitzel ...and more!

A travel blog entry by sue.phil.italy on Nov 26, 2014

1 comment, 42 photos

... and other carriages attached to our train for the Paris section. We both must have been sleeping during that stop for we never heard anything.

We decided we have done the "night train thing", never again. It's nothing like the movies, "The Orient Express" or the like. We would fly long distance routes in future.

Our train arrived at Paris Est station right in time.


_Vienna - castles, schnitzels & classical music.

A travel blog entry by adventureornone on Sep 27, 2014

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... the directional game after the park). This is a magnificent castle with beautiful gardens surrounding it and a lovely hill behind it that you climb up and appreciate the views. We saw black squirrels running around. Yes they are pests but very cute ones. There was a maze there that Dan wanted to go into but there were lots if kids there. The Vienna zoo is next to the castle but unfortunately even though it had rhinos and pandas it was too expensive and we could use ...

Night at the Opera

A travel blog entry by kimjasiak on Sep 06, 2014

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... was an intermission - sitting in the same position for 2+ hours was difficult for everyone; and there was the guy next to me that needed to blow his nose. Every time he breathed it whistled - I think he knew it was doing that too, because when the music was soft he would slow his breathing. It probably didn't bother anyone but me... After the opera walked the area a bit to see the buildings then went back to the hostel to pack to leave early in the ...

Budapest, you saucy minx, you have won my heart.

A travel blog entry by jacquelinerose on Jun 26, 2014

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... valley. The bike paths through the valley are a very popular and world-famous biking tourism destination, and we biked along what is considered the most scenic part of the route. Our first stop, in Durnstein, had us wandering around a 900-year-old town that, according to our guide, probably looked the same five hundred years ago as it does today. The ruins on the mountain overlooking the town were once a castle from when Duke Leopold V ...