Hotel Praterstern

Address: Mayergasse 6, Vienna, Vienna, 1020, Austria | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Leopoldstadt area of Vienna, is near Riesenrad, Praterstern, Austrian Imperial Train (Majestic Imperator Train de Luxe), and Strauss Memorial Rooms.
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    The day it felt like they drugged our lunch

    A travel blog entry by spiderbobwebb on Dec 18, 2014

    15 photos

    ... shop, which features in the story of the Sacher torte. Through the palace, and on to Museum place, followed by the Rathaus and our obligatory post-tour gluhwein.

    After the group dispersed some of us spent the afternoon in the Christmas markets near the Rathaus, where the lights displays were pretty incredible, but there appeared to be a lot of not particularly exciting stuff and the much smaller ...

    Taken Away in Vienna...Leaving Isn't Easy

    A travel blog entry by marybc on Oct 12, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... So easy to get around even when switching trains. Good signage and most everyone speaks English. Emerging from the underground, bags in tow, we blink at the beauty of sunny St. Stephen's Square. It's been a year since our Danube River cruise and a one day visit to this. It's full of history and music. We put a lot of miles on our runners that day however there was still so much to see and experience. Shane booked an apartment about three blocks from ...

    Viennese Walz er ... Walk Part 1.

    A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Sep 11, 2014

    5 photos

    ... found out from our guide Brenda that the bells ring for different reasons and have different meanings … for example when the new pope was elected last year, a bell was rung that only rings on Christmas Eve, New Year's Day and when a pope is elected or dies.) No idea why the bells were ringing so much …. but given we were going to be at this hotel for four nights, I was hoping it wouldn't be repeat tomorrow.

    Anyway, the morning saw better ...

    Schnitzels, strudels and impressive history

    A travel blog entry by chanelkind on Jul 20, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... we tried were delicious; they ranged from fruity and sweet, to dry and crisp. The only wine I didn’t rate was the red, as the region didn’t have the right climate for growing red grapes. I wish I could have bought some of the white wines to bring home though as they were incredible!
    Once we had our fill of wines, we crossed the river to ride through the vineyards on the other side. We even stopped at a little beach area along the river for a swim; phwoah that ...

    Am Steinhof Church

    A travel blog entry by nanslyn on Jun 25, 2014

    8 photos

    ... the patients; access to the pulpit is only from the vestry; emergency exits are built into the side walls in case a patient needed to be speedily removed; continuously flowing water replaced holy water stoups at the entrance; there were separate entrances for male and female patients; confessionals were more open than is customary. Originally the pews were of different widths to accommodate different categories of patient: calm / restless / disturbed (the latter needing more ...