Hotel Beethoven

Beethovengasse 8, Hinterbruhl, Lower Austria, 2371, Austria | Hotel
Prices starting from $131.00

Travel Blogs from Hinterbruhl

Vienna day 2

A travel blog entry by richkate


After everyone going to bed early straight after watching Uruguay beat Italy, we all had our best sleep in days. Ethan even fell asleep watching the soccer!! Good news is that Raymond is coming right. Mixture of a good sleep and a few pills seems to be doing the trick. Certainly he is nearly back to himself. Thanks for your prayers for him. Today we negotiated the Vienna ...

Travelling to Vienna

A travel blog entry by bigbri58


... mall, and buildings with lovely, ornate Renaissance decorations. We did a quick walking tour before our boat cruise up the Danube to Vienna. We arrived in Vienna at 8:00 and to our amazement, we walked into a city that appeared to be in the middle of a celebration. It seemed like there were thousands of people on the street, eating, drinking and enjoying a warm summer night. It was like New Years ...

The Neighborhood

A travel blog entry by jakobetz


... in the bathrooms. We do have an exhaust fan over the stove. Once upon a time there was a heating fireplace in the apartment, perhaps in every room, but that fell into disrepair and had to be removed. And no window screens. Because we don't need them. When we have the windows open, I do worry a little about pigeons (because they're so dumb) or crows (because they're so curious) accidentally flying into the apartment.

Back to my German homework. Tschus.

Highlights of Vienna

A travel blog entry by tipsygypsy


... outside the country. Diethylene glycol, a common ingredient in antifreeze, was added to their wine to make the sweetening process more efficient. Germans were bottling it as their own and when they were exposed for selling this lethal liquor, quickly pointed fingers at the Austrian market. Their wine industry was destroyed and is only now slowly regaining international recognition. Known for their whites, we sampled ...

The Hills are alive

A travel blog entry by tomandlotus


Our first stop was Salzburg, where the hills were alive in the pouring rain! The home of the Von Trapp family that inspired the Sound of Music. We set up camp and had time to make a quick soup before we took shelter in our tent for the evening. Waking up to the cow bells as they moved around the field, the term "the hills are alive" soon made sense and we followed the sounds all the way up 1000 meters above Werfen where Eisriesenwelt, the world's largest ...


This hotel, located on Beethovengasse 8, Hinterbruhl, is near Austrian National Library (Nationalbibliothek), Seegrotte Hinterbruhl, Schallaburg, and Wotruba Kirche.
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