Gasthof Gerhart

Address: Elisabethstr 69-71, Perchtoldsdorf, Lower Austria, 2380, Austria | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Elisabethstr 69-71, Perchtoldsdorf, is near Austrian National Library (Nationalbibliothek), Seegrotte Hinterbruhl, Schallaburg, and Wotruba Kirche.
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Travel Blogs from Perchtoldsdorf

Stage 6: Vienna Vienna

A travel blog entry by jamesandvanessa on Jul 18, 2015

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The drive from Kraków to Vienna was a reasonably long one, so we planned in a mini pit stop along the route at Brno in Czech Republic. Great choice of pit stop - was a lovely city, helped by the fact the sun was out in full force, could have happily spent the entire day there chilling out, but alas Vienna was waiting.

Crossing the boarder into Austria we found ourselves driving through picturesque fields full of sunflowers - as far as the ...

Day 35 - Vienna, Austria

A travel blog entry by jt_martin_ez on Oct 27, 2014

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... within the center have a very 'forward thinking' design to them, and they surprisingly fuse well with Vienna's overall character. Now I didn't get very far from my central location - no more than a quarter to half mile radius, so my view has been limited, but overwhelmed as well. I took a few pictures during the daytime which was overcast once again, but a really special time to walk around the city is after the sun goes down. ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by paulfaci on Aug 13, 2014

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Today we retraced Dad's steps as a refugee from Kosovo, 1963. Dad skipped the Austrian border due to being displaced by the war in his hometown, Lapusnik. He was detained for a period of three months in a prison-like facility within the detention centre while they confirmed his details and issued him with a passport, hence his name being changed from Thaqi to Faci. reason being the Austrians couldn't pronounce the "th". As ...

Wien Museum

A travel blog entry by nanslyn on Jun 04, 2014

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... elaborate pavilions showcasing the marvels of the modern era. Johann Strauss led his orchestra and a choir of 600 voices during the opening ceremonies. Unfortunately, the world was just entering a severe economic recession, and there was a concern about the possibility of another plague, so attendance was not as high as had been anticipated - only 7,000,000 instead of the 14,000,000 that had been hoped for.

We also learned a little ...

Going Out in Style

A travel blog entry by sarahlamoureux on Mar 28, 2014

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... of the group. People watching would of probably guessed that we hadn’t seen each other for months. We settled in and got ready to go out and hit the town. We were informed of the “Bermuda Triangle,” an area of clubs and pubs where one might have a good time. The group split up at one point and we ended up at a club called Flex. One side was what seemed to be a
German rap battle competition and the other side ...