Hein Hotel

Address: Mannswortherstrasse 94, Schwechat, Vienna, 2320, Austria | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Mannswortherstrasse 94, Schwechat, is near Central Cemetery (Zentralfriedhof), Schmetterlinghaus Hofburg Wien, Lusthaus im Prater, and Szene Wien.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hein Hotel Schwechat

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Travel Blogs from Schwechat

Vienna

A travel blog entry by trappitts on Aug 18, 2014

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... but they only do shows on the weekend. Probably saved myself 100 euro this time round but let's put it on the bucket list for next visit. After more walking through various church visits we headed off to the Belvedere Palace which houses a large collection of medieval as well as modern art. The collections were amazing especially the Klimt (The kiss). Called into a supermarket on the way back to the train stop and ...

The Wheel fell off the Plane!

A travel blog entry by janlill on Jun 04, 2014

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... made for an interesting last half hour of our trip to Vienna!
People to move to the LH side of the plane where they could.
Not too many people could move.
Pity those sitting on the right?
And all sorts of movies went fast forward on the movie channel of ones brain

But then I remembered the verse I'd been given a couple of days before when I'd been stressing about my will being done before I left.
(Why - ...

Christine's Day

A travel blog entry by bigbri58 on May 25, 2014

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... and headed back downtown. This route took us past the Armoury which is now a military museum, and Belvedere Palace which was the home of a famous military commander, Prince Eugene. It was worth the drive as we learned a great deal more about Austrian history. For instance, 30% of the city was destroyed in WWII but Stephensplatz was considered important enough to be rebuilt in its original glory. Much of the city however, was filled in with plainer buildings housing lower ...

A friend in need is a friend indeed

A travel blog entry by welcomeaboard on May 01, 2014

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... no matter how charming they are.

On the other hand, you can find yourself meeting people during a short train ride…

… (sorry, my deeply philosophical contemplation was interrupted by a massive – 0.5 cm across - spider for a while. I am back though, still proud that I reminded myself that
those creatures, surprisingly, are good luck carriers, thus, not to be disposed) ...

Gott, do we love eating in Vienna

A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Mar 11, 2014

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... There are fixed markets, like the famous Naschmarkt or the one closest to me, Brunnengasse, (sometimes called the "Turkish Market" because of all the Turkish stores and vendors nearby). They sell produce, meats, cheeses, sausages, coffee, spices, etc. On Saturdays at the Naschmarkt, one end becomes a huge flea market where one can buy nearly anything, some of it of very questionable quality or taste. The market at Brunnengasse has many permanent ...