Das Capri

Praterstrasse 44-46, Vienna, Vienna, A-1020, Austria | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Leopoldstadt area of Vienna, is near Strauss Memorial Rooms, Circus and Clown Museum, Urania Puppentheater, and Tostmann Trachten.
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    Travel Blogs from Vienna

    Vienna

    A travel blog entry by joannacooper on Sep 01, 2014

    6 photos

    ... exactly the boat was. We ended up going up a bridge and once we could get a clear view do the river, we could see where we should be and so we arrived back at the boat rather bedraggled but relieved to be back on board (just in time for Happy Hour). The Panorama sailed for Budapest around 5.00pm. There was a Captain's Gala Dinner at 7.00pm which was very enjoyable and then it was time to rest our weary ...

    We're Having a Heatwave-Days Four and Five

    A travel blog entry by jjstaar on Jul 07, 2014

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    ... man in Subway switches to flawless, almost unaccented, English at your first hesitation. I love that you can buy a beer from a hotdog vendor and sit on a park bench to drink it while eating a sausage. In Vienna a great number of people smoke and yet there are no cigarette butts in the street. Viennese take their dogs everywhere including restaurant patios but you nothing is left unscooped. If you get up early for a bakery or coffee run you will find ...

    Sunshine in Vienna

    A travel blog entry by burtonnm on May 31, 2014

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... of the Hofburg Palace- the Winter residence of the Hapsburg family. They are the most famous Imperial family in Austria's history. The one we heard the most about was Empress Maria Theresa who reigned from 1740-1780. Apparently she was the first female ruler (her father had no sons) so she had to really establish her place as ruler and not let her husband take it. She also had 16 children which makes me cringe just thinking about it. Her fifteenth child is probably her ...

    Day 2 in Vienna

    A travel blog entry by shawnandchris on Apr 20, 2014

    15 photos

    ... them. There was a really nice garden at the side and we kept on following people. This lead around to the back of the palace and WOW. You looked up the hill away from the palace and there was the Gloriette. This was a building up a hill and I mean a decent hill and then you could look back down onto the palace. After walking up the hill I also found that you ...

    Vienna, saved by the Americans

    A travel blog entry by marychaffin on Sep 27, 2013

    27 photos

    ... too...that is tomorrow's blog. We walked around old town Vienna getting our bearings and learning a lot about the Hapsburg's...the ruling family of Austria for way to many years.. they only married their first cousins...these people were seriously inter-bred. One of their physical issues from this inter-breeding caused them to have large lower jaws, there is a statue in old town Vienna that shows a true representation of one of the Hapsburgs, he ...