Gerhardusgasse 21/A, Vienna, Vienna, 1200, Austria | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Vienna

Our Viennese Whirl

A travel blog entry by wendalex


... of his years in England. He inadvertently contributed to several Bavarian army members addiction to cocaine. And he loved his dog. In his later life he suffered terribly with cancer of the jaw (he famously smoked a cigar) and died in 1939. I highly recommend a visit to the museum!

Having previously bought tickets on line, that evening we partook in a little dinner at the Bristol Hotel (I know, doesn't sound very Viennese does it) and music courtesy of ...


A travel blog entry by europe50


... of seat when I booked in person on arrival in Vienna.

I had the famous Sachertorte at Sacher Cafe, part of Hotel Sacher, which is owned by the Sacher family who made the original torte at the beginning of the 19th century. The chocolate cake has a thin layer of apricot jam and is covered in dark chocolate icing. I'm not keen on dark chocolate but it was served with cream so that diluted it a bit :). ...

Praise our florist to the skies

A travel blog entry by welcomeaboard

... one swallow doesn´t make a summer, tulips definitely bring a springy atmosphere. Thus, the lobby was covered by thousands and thousands of those flowers (just slightly exaggerated). Everybody admired them for their delicateness that actually made people walk on their toes.

A random woman came to the reception, telling us: “I will just take a few, it will make my house cosy!” My quick-witted colleague replied in the same ...

Flying to Vienna!

A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw


... markets. After a few detours to other sights and pretty lights down the main street and numerous photos that Liz and I were taking the boys steered us away. We first found a smaller market called Freyung which is the oldest site for a Christmas market as they have been running since 1772. Not much was going on unfortunately so we carried on through and then followed the increasing intense lights to find Rathausplatz. The closest comparison is a Europe ...

Day 12 - Welcome to Vienna

A travel blog entry by thesleepysloth


... for brunch. The crumb was really nice (and the waiter spoke english which was also nice) and so were the fries. We had an apple strudel to finish off the meal and set out into the cold. Vienna is a lovely town to walk around in. The streets are very clean and the buildings are very pretty. Most of the stores were closed as its a Sunday today, it was mainly the tourist and chocolate shops that were open. There are an awful lot of ...


This hotel, located in the Brigittenau area of Vienna, is near Votivkirche, Liechtenstein Museum, Flea Market, and Wagenburg.
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