Jesuitenmuhle

Address: Mühlgasse 30, Vienna, Vienna, 2320, Austria | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Simmering area of Vienna, is near Central Cemetery (Zentralfriedhof), Schmetterlinghaus Hofburg Wien, Thermalbad Oberlaa, and Lusthaus im Prater.
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Travel Blogs from Vienna

Strudel me this

A travel blog entry by kcusens on Dec 30, 2014

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... valley, first stop being the melk abbey. It started a little slow with some little interesting bits and pieces, but then we walked outside and what a (freezing) view. It was an amazing site. From there we entered the library and it was something from the da Vinci code or Indiana jones and the last crusade, which ever movie is more your taste. High ceilings lined with books, very stately. Last if all was the church in the abbey, I think our guide said something ...

All roads lead to Rome, and Venice and Vienna

A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Aug 14, 2014

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The night wasn’t entirely over for us when we got home. It was time to call home and let family and friends know the good news. I think we eventually went to bed at 4am.

The next day we awoke and were still in a bit of a spin with the recent engagement. Questions that had never been asked were now popping up. When ...

Vienna

A travel blog entry by 2013 on Jul 04, 2014

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... powerful people in Austria, if not Europe, including the Habsburgs, until 1918. It was their principal winter residence, as the Schonbrunn Palace was their preferred summer residence. The Hofburg today houses the office of the Austrian President, 22 separate museums, the national library, a 14th century Augustinian church. Marie-Louise, daughter of Emperor Francis I, married Napoleon by proxy in this ...

Vienna

A travel blog entry by jennyandwayne on May 14, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... It was awesome! The tour group was then taken to an adjoining room which was beautifully appointed with period furniture where we were served a 3 course meal. I have to tell you that this was the same room that Mozart as a 6 year old did his first public performance for Queen Maria Teresa, unbelievable way to finish the tour. We all felt really privileged to be part of this special place.

We finished the night off with a night cap at the ...

Didn't expect to see you so soon Vienna

A travel blog entry by zoe13 on Apr 29, 2014

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... very enjoyable and included a lot of walking.
The walking was not just a consequence of enjoying the many sights of Vienna's old town centre, but also partly due to my inability to notice that Viennese roads in the old town centre are not straight but slightly curvy. The ever so slight curve essentially meant that at one point on the way to a castle we ended up walking in the complete opposite direction to what we thought we were. However, it was not all bad. By ...