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

    Eastern Block to romance of Vienna

    A travel blog entry by roprysa on Aug 11, 2015

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    ... by aristocrats and royalty alike. Now they make over 350,000 pieces a year, all created with the same 34 steps and secret ingredients. The lines are down the streets for tourists and locals to get a chance to enjoy a piece in the cafe. Luckily not only do we get to skip the queues but we each had a piece along with a fruit platter waiting for us in our suite. Our room overlooks the Opera House and the hotel is as central as you get. By far the most expensive ...

    New experiences of all things old!

    A travel blog entry by doug_leah on Jul 08, 2015


    ... by about 30 Benedictine monks. There is also a school of about 900 students on site as well. The ship continued on the Danube ( I should mention we have been on the Danube since Sunday). Later in the afternoon we arrived at Durnstein in the Wachau Valley. This is a little village known for apricots and wine of course. Both sides of the river were lined with orchards and vine yards. We walked into the village and stopped at a wine bar for ...

    A day at the museums

    A travel blog entry by rskil on May 14, 2015

    21 photos

    ... going through the art work section we looked in to see the treasures of Vienna. This was astonishing the artefacts that had been collected, from religion to secular. As we got separated, both looking for each other, Geoff watched and nearly was filmed for part of a Eurovision segment. I caught the end of it, but from what Geoff could gather, a select group of people were being filmed ( and this part I did see) watching the winners ...

    Final Day in Vienna

    A travel blog entry by foxc on Dec 27, 2014

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    ... so we wandered back via the local Hofer (aka Aldi) to pick up some drinks and nibbles. My night train was leaving at 2239 so after a couple of beers (I put them outside to cool down!) we went to an Austrian Pub near to the station at Westbahnof for a light meal and then it was time for me to say goodbye and catch the tube to the Suditroler Platz for my journey to Berlin. On arrival I found it was arriving on platform 12 and on time the train rolled into the station. As I ...

    1st full day in Vienna

    A travel blog entry by carolynschuts on Sep 24, 2014

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    ... with gold! The bus dropped us off at the Opera House. We are going to do a tour of it tomorrow as the tours were booked out for today. We then went for a Traditional Viennese Coffee and Cake! Original Sacher chocolate cake is the order of the day. It was a great experience! I put on 2 kilos just looking at it! After walking around for a few hours we headed home for a rest, to look forward to another day in this beautiful ...