Country Inn & Suites Deutsch Wagram

25 Haupstrasse, Deutsch Wagram, Lower Austria, 2232, Austria | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 25 Haupstrasse, Deutsch Wagram, is near WestLicht and Wiener Galopprennverein.
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Travel Blogs from Deutsch Wagram

Laundry Day, and unexpected finds while walking

A travel blog entry by nanslyn on Jun 17, 2014

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... years, while the home we toured in Salzburg was where he grew up. Also, we found Beethoven Park, which had quite a stupendous statue, although the park itself was rather small and insignificant. I thought I'd just put in a few other pictures that I like, but didn't include before. Tomorrow we have tickets to visit Schoenbrunn, which is where we didn't go, because of rain, when the Vienna Philharmonic put on an outdoor concert there. A very pleasant, low-key ...

So long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, adieu

A travel blog entry by beavernslug on Apr 28, 2014

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... way back to the apartment, where he waited for the owner to arrive and collect the key. Once the key was returned, Slug was off to the airport for the long haul flight home. A further couple of beers at Vienna airport and Slug was ready to depart. He was disappointed that the holiday was over and that there would be no more adventures of Beaver and Slug..At least that was what he thought! Stay ...

Central Europe by train

A travel blog entry by sandm82 on Mar 18, 2014

... here my last night in Europe because it was convenient to get to the
airport for an early morning flight the next day.

This is the scene from the airplane window as I was flying across ...

The road

A travel blog entry by jubba152 on Dec 12, 2013

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... country has lost its greatest hero and all South Africans are trying to prepare themselves for the reality of moving forward without the guiding hand of our nations father. Our first night in Vienna collides with the memorial for Mandela and over seventy world leaders are set to make speeches in our country. We can only read about it in bits and it's hard to express the kind of sadness we feel for not being back home. There is also, however, something about being overseas ...

Vienna in Autumn

A travel blog entry by oceania82 on Oct 13, 2013

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... tram was no longer operating in the evening, we had to take the normal tram. However, we didn't end up taking a full loop as we ran out of coins to change to another tram. We ended up with a walking tour instead! This part of our trip is quite interesting as it's totally unplanned! We chanced upon the Parliament house and the nearby Rathaus building. The buildings were lighted up and looked quite impressive.