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

From Rum Balls to Gugelhupf

A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Dec 18, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... I've never before put into a recipe. Additionally, all their dry ingredients were measured by weight, in metric, and I was very, very
glad that I had brought a kitchen scale which just happened to have those measurements in addition to good old ounces. My liquid measuring cups also have metric measures on them. I did have to research what en "EL" was - a tablespoon and a "Prise" - a pinch. Weiche Butter is softened. So, ingredients assembled, and ...

Eine Kirche, Schloss, seltsam Wohnung, und Spaß!

A travel blog entry by zolina on Sep 16, 2014

73 photos

... of the dome. It was all supposedly put in place for restoration of the dome, but we didn't see any restoration going on.

So did I mention that this church was huge? That means that the elevator went really high. Mr. Steves said that if you are at all afraid of heights, you should not do this. And he wasn't kidding. Even I got nervous as the elevator rose high up into the air. Once I was on the scaffolding, with a solid floor underneath me, I was fine. Until, that is, a ...


A travel blog entry by ashnbrieurope on Aug 25, 2014

30 photos

... of Vienna’s famous coffee and she quite enjoyed it as well as her sachertorte cake. Sachertorte cake is named after its inventor something Sacher. He invented a chocolate cake that had apricot jam in the middle of it. This small thing made this man and his family filthy rich.

After our coffee and cake we started walking through town towards “hero’s square” again. The weather wasn’t plying nice today and the rain started coming down pretty heavily ...


A travel blog entry by nomadic1 on Jul 12, 2014

1 comment, 49 photos

... sights. I lost count of all of the incredible palaces, museums, churches and statues I saw there, but there were two that particularly stood out. The first was the Hofsburg Palace, home to various Austrian royals for centuries, and the current Austrian president. Second was the Stephansdom Cathedral, an absolutely stunning 500-year-old church with a mosaic tiled roof that gleamed in the sunlight.

Art has never been one of my biggest interests, but I took ...

And it's back to Vienna

A travel blog entry by zoe13 on May 28, 2014

6 photos

... The inside was very elegant and it was rather obvious to see why so many writers choose to engage in thought provoking exercises in such a place.
With Meghann gone to catch her flight, my last point of call in Vienna was to go to the top of St Stephens dom, I was expecting to climb it but turns out it is an elevator to the top. The views were nice but it wasn't particularly enjoyable with the rain coming every which way and the wind whipping around the building.