Hotel Pension Bosch

Address: Keilgasse 13, Vienna, Vienna, 1030, Austria | Hotel
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      A week in Vienna

      A travel blog entry by copitsweet on Oct 11, 2014

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      ... pictures, then back home and picked up by Ilse and Dieter and taken for a drive, they bought a new car and we visited a great Abbey outside Vienna overlooking vineyards. After that we visited a Heuriger which is a vineyard owned Tavern where they sell their wines which are stored in caves or underground and serve meals of cold cut charcuterie. Just wonderful and drinks plus meal for four being €28 what a bargain, then home, what a great ...

      A Looooong Day in Vienna

      A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Sep 15, 2014

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      ... Erin got apple struddle, and Larry and I got apple muffins. Then it was off to the Opera House to see about a tour and seeing the Opera. When we got there we found out that there were no tours or operas today and that Wednesday was the best day for both. While we were there we were approached by a man dressed like Mozart wanting to sell us tickets for a concert tonight by the Weiner Mozart Orchestra at the Konzerthaus at 8:15. We got ...


      A travel blog entry by 2013 on Jul 05, 2014

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      ... the amenity was priceless, especially when he started to venture into the ladies. Today we seemed to have more time to take in minor details around Vienna, such as the fact that BMWs

      are a dime a dozen here compared to back home in Australia. Our quiet stroll towards the Tourist Information Office, was rudely interrupted with an almighty sound similar to that of a Formula I car heading up the ...

      Wiener Schnitzel history lesson

      A travel blog entry by bibi64 on Jun 22, 2014

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      ... maintaining the tradition which is now in its fourth Figlmüller generation. The average schnitzel measures roughly 30 cms in diameter, is very tender, juicy, and covered in a crispy coating. They use the best pork cuts, namely, the rose or tenderloin, a choice back piece which hardly puffs during frying. This results in a schnitzel that is quite a bit larger, thinner, and crispier than all the others. The tenderloin weighs 250 grams and is pounded dutifully until the meat ...

      Vienna, Austria

      A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Jan 14, 2014

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      ... we have seen before. Proper Austrian food was on show from goulash, schnitzels, large chunks of meat and potatoes. Having seen mostly pizza and pasta since we entered Italy, many on the bus were excited to up their iron intake.

      As I was napping I can't be certain if it was the Dolomites or the Austrian mountains, but as we passed the boarder we were greeted with the most beautiful scenery!

      We arrived in the early evening to ...