Rainers Hotel Vienna

Gudrunstrasse 184, Vienna, Vienna, 1100, Austria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Meidling area of Vienna, is near Inner Ring, Amalienbad, Theater Akzent, and Indoor swimming pools.
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    A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jul 05, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... br> We went back into the old city via the U which is really easy to use, by the way. After maybe a 10 minute ride we got off at Karlsplatz, the St. Karl’s Church. This time we picked up our tickets for the Mozart Requiem and then Dale and Elias took the lift and stairs up into the dome. I stayed down with all our stuff. The skies were really threatening but only a few drops fell

    St. Karl’s Church was refurbished and after cleaning the frescos in the ...

    Was it a museum or fun park?

    A travel blog entry by buckgw on Jun 03, 2014

    7 photos

    Sandy's research last night paid off. She decided that she'd like to go to the Vienna Time Travel Museum. A quick chat to the concierge and we had some tickets (plus tickets to tomorrow's sold out Cosi Fan Tutti show).

    It was very clever, it started normally enough with lots of posters and a tour guide explaining the history of Vienna. Then you move into a movie theatre, strap ...

    Venice and Vienna

    A travel blog entry by shannonblevins on Sep 12, 2013

    13 comments, 25 photos

    We've never traveled so much in a short period of time!. From Santa Margherita to Venice, the train was about 5 hours with 3 switches. We had 3 and a half hours in Venice, and honestly Krystal and I were fine with that. It's such a beautiful city, with canals everywhere, and gondola's and boats going up and down, but we felt the least comfortable there. There were a lot of (what looked to us) sketchy people walking the streets, and it was pretty crowded. Next, we got back ...

    "Mozart - Retracing the Footsteps of a Genius"

    A travel blog entry by angela.arnold on Jul 05, 2013

    75 photos

    ... their visas expire after 3 months, they move on to the next place. She and the rest of the group were leaving the next day for somewhere in Croatia. It was fascinating. That kind of freedom, and self-expression must be an incredible way to live.

    Finally, on my way back to the subway, I got swept into a protest, that was becoming violent. Vienna is not a very culturally diverse city, but there is a Turkish community here. Many ...

    A Visit to Vienna

    A travel blog entry by curtis_ince on May 26, 2013

    18 photos

    ... world. We tried everything from British hot cross buns to Pakistani chicken curry to Finnish licorice candy, and it wasn't long before every morsel was consumed. If I had known any other Canadians to team up with, we could have made a mean poutine!

    - While school has been getting progressively busier as the semester winds down, the projects have for the most part been a fantastic learning experience and have provided an opportunity for ...