Hotel Maria Elisabeth

Address: Weinbergweg 19-21, Gramatneusiedl, Lower Austria, 2440, Austria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Weinbergweg 19-21, Gramatneusiedl, is near Hofburg: Festsaal, Zeremoniensaal & Redoutensaal.
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Travel Blogs from Gramatneusiedl

Royal Treatment and An Opera

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Oct 04, 2014

23 photos

... he was selling. We knew that the performance would not be what we would see in the Opera House, but what we got was even less than we expected. The sales guy we bought from made it sound like a real theatre with seats in three different sections. When we walked into the "theatre", which resembled a hotel conference room, we were underwhelmed. Our seats were supposed to be in the second section, but there is only one section of mobile chairs placed in front of a tiny stage. We were in ...

Vienna - City of Music and home of the Hapsburgs

A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Sep 10, 2014

3 comments, 18 photos

... technique. It was passed down from generation to generation. Empress Maria Theresa (1740-80) is an important figure in Austrian history. As the only female Emperor, she began social reforms, including taxing the nobility and church as well as everyone else, keeping peace in Europe through the strategic marriages of her daughters ( she had 16 children, 10 survived) brought in six years of compulsory education; and granted free health to her citizens. Her son Joseph II continued by ...

Vienna Day 3

A travel blog entry by richkate on Jun 26, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... modern metal structure it is today. After the rides we walked down to the Danube River. The river is 2872 km long and travels from Germany through to the Black Sea from Romainia. It is one of the longest rivers in Europe - maybe the longest. Boys are enjoying all the different things they see but also trying different foods. Food in Austria is fairly cheap with so many options. The bakeries are our favourite as you can get ...

Glorious Vienna

A travel blog entry by nannakez on Apr 27, 2014

2 comments, 47 photos

... a few photos up. Dinner was delicious and they even had a Sacher torte for Judy and I for our birthdays ( and one for Diane who's birthday it was yesterday). Great fun night!! Next stop was a classic concert for some of us. Sandra chose to come with me and we weren't disappointed. It was beautiful and they obviously cater for tourists as they played all the famous Straus and Mozart music and there were dancers and singers as well. What a way to spend my birthday.......a most memorable ...

What a crazy week

A travel blog entry by leleeucf on Mar 10, 2014


... cl************** week, which gave me time to kinda settle in.
It's been a hell of week with huge happiness and huge sadness. But it's all part of the transition.
It reminded me of the first few weeks at UCF how nervous and exciting everything was.
Except I'm experiencing it through a different culture, language and while limping around >.>

Either way I already see myself growing, and learning so much.

I really feel like this ...