Hotel Hadrigan

Maroltingergasse 68, Vienna, Vienna, A-1160, Austria | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Ottakring area of Vienna, is near Kirche am Steinhof, Stadthalle, Kuffner Observatory (Kuffner-Sternwarte), and Alsergrund.
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    Schloss Schonbrunn

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Aug 22, 2014

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    That the cathedral survived WW II was only due to the compassion of a retreating german captain who disobeyed orders to blast it to rubble.

    Back to the apartment for a quick change before meeting Alessandro and Orietta, our landlords from Lucca, for dinner. Conversation was an interesting mixture of german, english and italian, boosted by liberal quantities of red wine.
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    Vienna - Day 3, Thursday

    A travel blog entry by joanenelson on Sep 26, 2013

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    ... more depth tomorrow on a hop on/hop off bus. We then arrived at the '10er Marie' (pronounced Tener Marie) earliest licenced winery in Austria. First licenced in 1739 and then fully licenced to sell wine to the public in 1780 and 1790, by Joseph, son of Marie Theresa who ruled for 40 years. ( their 'Queen Victoria ). And I'm sure we most likely sat on the same benches as Strauss and Schubert who often dined here. We had a traditional meal of ...

    Day 38: downtown Vienna

    A travel blog entry by sarah_rossie on Jul 19, 2013

    ... it's all a bit confusing really. Anyway she was stabbed and didn't really know it because of the crazy tight corsets she used to wear. It wasn't until the lady in waiting undressed her and she bled out (aww). Poor old Franz Joseph II had heaps of political **** going on so he was very stoic but he lost his wife and his son during his reign. End of the Hapsburg story is that WW1 happened and of course they were allied with Germany so in the treaty ...

    Piano Lessons

    A travel blog entry by angela.arnold on Jun 25, 2013

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    ... treat to get to play there. Carol and I get along really well. I think she's a sweetheart and has a great sense of humor. We met for over an hour and gave me lots of new ideas for practicing. We did a lot of chordal analysis while I was playing, etc. to make memorization easier later. Right now I have very limited time to practice on my own (4 hours a week), and I do not have a set schedule with Carol, but will likely be seeing her multiple times ...

    You Tube on the Danube

    A travel blog entry by aviruthia on May 13, 2013

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    ... flow. It's just a muddy medium for hovercraft to Vienna and cargo boats heading upriver to industrial docks unknown, but its the Danube, whose very name suggests glamour and romance. I had never seen it before, and neither had Ruth, and I wanted to share it with her. So we just stood there together, sharing glamour and romance, and that, too, is why I travel.

    5) FAMILY
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