Hotel Gallitzinberg

Address: Johann Staud-Strasse 32, Vienna, Vienna, 1160 , Austria | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Ottakring area of Vienna, is near Kirche am Steinhof, Danube Canal (Donau Kanal), Medl-Bräu, and Ernst Fuchs Museum.
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    Another European Night

    A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Aug 30, 2014

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    ... levelling it up with a sweetly struck drive from outside the area, in off the post. Still the final whistle sounded, and the Rapid Vienna anthem rang out around the ground, albeit a little quieter than it would have been if events on the pitch had been different. While the away side were off celebrating with their fans in the far corner, one Helsinki player came over and applaud the home fans. I could only share his sentiments. A wall of noise for 90 minutes, a ...

    July at the Kobetz Pension

    A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Aug 03, 2014

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    ... way. Vienna was her first stop in Western Europe, and she was very happy to be in a "homey" environment. They were here until Monday morning.

    Tim also contributed to the comings and goings last month. He was in Korea the week of July 6, came home on Friday and then took off Monday the 14th to go to Minsk, Belarus for the week. As of this past Friday, he's in Amman, Jordan for two weeks. He didn't bother to pack his umbrella for that ...

    4 days in Vienna

    A travel blog entry by thevans2014 on Jun 26, 2014

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    ... plenty of saurkraut, red cabbage, dumplings and meat. Spuikers dressed in period costume and Mozart wigs made valiant attempts to entice us to a classical music concert. Our visit to the Albertina art gallery was a highlight - so many wonderful paintings with Monet's works some of our favourite, as well as a hat worn by Napoleon in battle. The next day we visited Schonbrunn palace, the Summer residence of the Habsburg dynasty. A tour of 22 ...

    Rise Like A Phoenix

    A travel blog entry by lizzierees on May 09, 2014

    ... bar called Dots and then to the Prater. The Prater turned out to be a large amusement park filled with rides that look like they could fall apart at any moment - but it just adds to the thrill!! We went on one called "Boomerang" which had very questionable safety measures and another called "Extacy" (spelt that way) which made me regret my choice of sushi for lunch! A very fun few days, and our last in Vienna. Only 2 more nights left before flying back to ...

    Vienna: City of the Undercover Travel Agents

    A travel blog entry by weir on Mar 31, 2014

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    ... King Charles married Agnes of Someplace and she brought with her a lovely blue whale. On her wedding day the wind blew the whale away. Two years later the king came to the hill north of city and found the whale sitting in a tree. The king said that his finding of the blue whale was a miracle and he had the church built on the site of the tree where the whale was sitting.



    Now, it took us a while to figure out the story but if you go back and ...