Freizeittempel Hotel

Address: Wiener Strasse 109, Wiener Neustadt, Lower Austria, 2700, Austria | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Wiener Strasse 109, Wiener Neustadt.
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Travel Blogs from Wiener Neustadt

Hofburg Palace

A travel blog entry by jeffdavis152 on Dec 14, 2013

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... was interested to learn that the treasury existed as a type of museum even when it was used by the royal family. The point of the treasury was not only to store the precious and unique valuables the family collected, but also served as a display of wealth to other families and rulers. The treasury was a profound pool of liquid wealth, which could be drawn from in times of dire need.

There were a number of very interesting pieces, including a ...

Moving on...

A travel blog entry by lizzierees on Nov 14, 2013

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... floor in a smelly gymnasium in the morning and then on a stage in a massive high school (in a forest) in the afternoon! It's great getting to experience the different areas (and the people that go with them!) Getting free lunch is always a bonus as well!


Thursday 14th November

Just before we get to Wiener Neustadt, we have 2 shows in Eisenstadt. We were performing in the Kulturzentrum which is like a ...

An Australian in Austria

A travel blog entry by mikeraph on Oct 11, 2013

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... it, which is crowned by the Gloriette. My favourite aspect of Schönbrunn , though, was the gardens. Mainly Baroque in style, Schönbrunn features French gardens, wide, tree-lined avenues, statues, and small paths meandering through thickets of trees. Other architectural gems of Vienna are St Stephen's Cathderal, with its colourful pixellated roof, the Rathaus, with its towering gothic spires, the expansive Hofburg Palace, the grand buildings of ...

Let the three months begin!

A travel blog entry by kate.pontbriand on Sep 03, 2013

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Hello from Vienna! I have arrived safely, but have been too busy or tired to actually sit down and write until now. My flights were both good, but very long. The one from Boston to Amsterdam was seven hours and exhausting. When we got to the Amsterdam airport we had to hurry to our next gate (all the way at the other end of the airport of course) to catch our next flight to Vienna. We successfully caught our flight and got to see the ...

Visionary Vienna

A travel blog entry by dstras on Jul 06, 2013

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... off our second day by heading out to the place on our "to see" list that was the furthest away- Schönbrunn Palace, the Habsburg's summer residence. I really liked it, it was like a smaller version of Versailles. The interior wasn't nearly as ornate as Versailles but the gardens were wonderful. We then went to the Naschmarkt, a food market which was nice but kind of awkwardly positioned on a narrow divider between two streets. Next we went to the Belvedere Museum specifically to ...