Grand Hotel Sauerhof

Weilburgstrasse 11-13, Baden, Lower Austria, A-2500, Austria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Weilburgstrasse 11-13, Baden, is near Palais P. lffy.
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    Travel Blogs from Baden

    Christine's Day

    A travel blog entry by bigbri58 on May 25, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... the bells pealing the whole time. The Winter Riding School, which is what the building is called, is undoubtedly the most beautiful riding arena in the world. Pictures during the performance are not allowed but we took a couple before it began. We learned a lot. The horses are born black, fade to grey In the first four years before turning white. They are trained for 4-6 years before performing and, optimally will have the same rider for their performance lifetime. We had ...

    "Alles Walzer!"

    A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Feb 24, 2014

    6 photos

    ... local population because of the international nature of the guests. Dress code for the ball was long gown and tux, or formal dress from your country of origin. The U.S. ex-pats were trying to figure out what our national costume might be, and cowboy garb was all we could think of. Didn't see any of that at the Ball. We did see Austrian, African, Eastern Europe, Scot, Japanese and Indonesian national dress. People watching was part of the attraction to be ...

    Vienna

    A travel blog entry by sugottfried on Dec 05, 2013

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... Vienna is a modern city and it probably has been considered a modern city for a few hundred years, if you catch my drift. The buildings represent splendor from the 18th and 19th centuries when Austria had an Imperial leader and people were dancing to the music of their favorite sons, Strauss and Mozart. Mozart was born in Salzburg, 3 hours away, but he moved to Vienna for his music. He died at 35! The chef allowed about 15 of us accompany him to the ...

    Train into Vienna

    A travel blog entry by holdfast on Oct 18, 2013

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... goes one way and the other gets a new locomotive and goes another. We did that twice last night and i slept through nothing of them. Pamela had a restless nights sleep but I don't think it much matters where she is at this point as the hotel beds have been giving her the same treatment. As we have our own shower and toilet in this sleeper cabin I wasn't about to ignore it and not give the shower a go. Without going into too much detail there are a lot of handles in ...

    Vienna - Sisi and Mozart

    A travel blog entry by simonct on Aug 23, 2013

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... to places where we are clearly not locals (ie Asia). Literally everyone speaks to me in German here whereas everywhere else so far they have gone straight into tourist English. This is actually not great as I now have to look dumb for a while and say "English?". Oh well.

    Vienna has a very hip vibe. Lots of art and bikes. Things here are expensive but we have managed to stay on the cheaper side of things mostly (schnitzel and beer).

    Cheers for now

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