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

Contiki Day 18 - Venice to Vienna

A travel blog entry by matt.gregory on Sep 26, 2015

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... and we arrived not too late in the afternoon. The hostel here was really nice, with big rooms and nice bathrooms. And free wifi all over! We had some dinner in the food markets across the road from the hostel, before reassembling for those that were going to the Mozart and Strauss concert that evening. We were taken to the hall where the concert was, which was where Mozart played one of his first concerts. It was a really beautiful old building, and the hall itself ...

Gettin' Medievil

A travel blog entry by crabby on Jul 10, 2015

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... Vienna). He imported authentic 15th & 16th century items, some of which had to be placed in with specific timing as they had to be built around - too big to bring in otherwise (like the two story marble circular staircase and the 20 foot kitchen table that we weren't allowed to photograph). The kids thought it was smelly and boring but did perk up a little in the hunting room at the sight large, game trophies including wild boar and elk.

On our way back to ...

Waltzing through Vienna

A travel blog entry by woodsies on May 17, 2015

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... there in readiness for a concert. The best part was that of the several towers, one had a lift so We could both go up together and enjoy the spectacular view across Vienna. There were some steps at the top which hung out over open space and made your toes curl, but we got there and enjoyed looking down at the tiny figures in the square below, and hearing the clop of the horses pulling carriages full of tourists (which accounts for the perfume of horse ...

Art in architecture

A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Nov 08, 2014

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... thought the 'right' thing to do would be to see some classical music - preferably some Mozart since he was Austrian. Many of the nightly concerts put on for tourists and are quite cheap, playing the 'pop' classical music, and accompanied with ballet and 'traditional' dance. We found tickets to string quartet, playing Mozart and Beethoven, held in a little church in the heart of Vienna. We were told it wouldn't be as gimmicky as some of the other concerts, and we really ...

Langen Schlaft, langen Tag (long sleep, long day)

A travel blog entry by zolina on Sep 15, 2014

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... on the street, and it was quite enjoyable. It was also right next to a tram stop, so it was fun having them go right behind us.

By the time we were done with our beers we were kind of hungry (since we had only eaten cake this afternoon). Derek wanted pizza, so we went found some on Google Maps and went off to find them. Unfortunately, they were all closed. So we settled for a sausage stand by the subway that was still open (it ...