Hotel-Pension Waldhof

Address: A.W. Pragergasse 10 , Vienna, A-3002, Austria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on A.W. Pragergasse 10 , Vienna, is near Hauptplatz and Lentos Kunstmuseum (Museum of Modern Art Linz).
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    Out and about in Vienna.

    A travel blog entry by geoffnkaye on Aug 07, 2015

    20 photos

    We have managed to get out and about despite the weather. It has been stinking hot - 35+ everyday with little let up at night, and nowhere has aircon, including the galleries. However, Vienna is a very compact city with most sights sitting within the central ring road, so most sights are close and the public transport is wonderful. Just 3 blocks from our apartment are both the tram and underground train. We are only 15 minutes from the city centre. So far, ...

    Hello Vienna

    A travel blog entry by bolliss on Jul 27, 2015

    33 photos

    ... and its vast gardens spans over 300 years of Habsburg monarchs. The grounds include the Vienna Zoo - unfortunately, we had no time for the zoo. It is a major tourist attraction for good reason. The audio tour through about 40 rooms provided an insight into the history of the palace. The tour was followed by time exploring the beautiful gardens, grounds and the maze.

    We proceeded ...

    Last Stop Bavaria

    A travel blog entry by trishandray on Jul 26, 2015

    1 comment, 15 photos

    Our second home exchange was in southern Bavaria about 125 kilometres from Munich for 2 weeks. Penny joined us in a large house set in an equally large wooded garden. Pfarrkirchen and other towns in the region are really nice, Passau being my favourite. The buildings are mostly painted pastel colours.
    Everywhere is evidence of a strong economy and an ordered society. Everything is spic, span and well maintained. The towns are neat, the countryside productive ...

    The Czech Republic

    A travel blog entry by dismith64 on Jul 16, 2015

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... recovering from Communist control. Anyway we spent a day in Prague. (Now Prague is not sad or neglected it has a happy, carefree fee) A lot of people call it the most beautiful city in Europe and it is certainly that. We were lucky to be camped where we could walk down to catch the ferry and tram into the city. The Vltava River is lovely. Once in town we walked over Charles Bridge (with everyone else - it was packed!) ...

    Salzburg, Sound of Music

    A travel blog entry by dgregory on Jun 19, 2015

    2 photos

    ... and that I wanted an Austrian scene. She had some that were little ceramic ones hand painted by a local. Purchased one for €68. We were in the town square at 3pm and bells seemed to chime from all around for a good 5 mins - amazing! We also saw the houses where Mozart was born and raised in as well as the church he was baptised in. This was probably the first church that we entered that felt like a church - it was much quieter and there were people in ...