Hotel Asperner Lowe

Address: Aspernstrasse 96, Vienna, Vienna, 1220, Austria | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Donaustadt area of Vienna, is near Lusthaus im Prater, Golf Club Wien, The Danube Wetlands, and Tennis Wien Leistungszentrum.
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      Woods and Football

      A travel blog entry by adventureornone on Sep 28, 2014

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      ... the river towards Vienna. Out goal was to go to the Vienna stadium and see if the football game advertised was playing at 4:30 and if so to buy tickets. We got a bit lost on the way but found the right train to the stadium. I had to queue up for the tickets for close to an hour. Then with 4 min to the start of the game we got tickets. The entrance gate was around the other side of the stadium. So around we ran to ...

      The Spanish Riding School

      A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Aug 23, 2014

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      ... br>
      Rain was threatening, even sprinkling when we returned to the zentrum, so off to our "local" church. We'd been planning to go here since we arrived, so not before time. It was the Parish-church of St. Anthony of Padova. Constructed in 1896, it was virtually destroyed by bombing raids towards the end of WW II. An acute lack of funds was responsible for the white painted ceilings and simple decoration.


      Starbucks, Schnapps and Schnitzels.

      A travel blog entry by thiskiwiflies on Jun 21, 2014

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      ... walked around for a couple hours, went into the cathedral and had a weird lunch somewhere random. We had burgers they were average. The best thing about that lunch was the free wifi and I got to viber Danielle and James. Was so good to hear their voices. We ended up returning to the cathedral to go down into the Catacombs. They are amazing and scary and eerie and interesting and spooky. Lol. I could go on. They are still used to this day for cardinals of the church. Further down ...

      Vienna the first time round

      A travel blog entry by kerri.hobman on Jun 08, 2014

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      • I will be back in vienna in a week with my top deck trip but we are here on a sunday and apparently everything is shut so friends suggested I try and come before hand so that's what I did. on arriving in vienna I found my hotel and then went exploring. vienna was bigger than I expected but absolutely evetywhere you looked there was gorgeous old buildings. as I am coming ...

      Artistic Licentiousness

      A travel blog entry by steve-n-miri on Apr 18, 2014

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      ... to our overall enjoyment of the city.

      One of the reasons we chose to visit Vienna was so that Mandy could fulfil a long-held ambition to see the paintings of Gustav Klimt many of whose most famous works are displayed in his home city. Klimt has paintings in several of the city’s galleries but the Belvedere holds his most iconic work, The Kiss, plus several other famous works. Unfortunately not all of these were on display when we visited with two ...