Hotel Schrannenhof

Address: Niedermarkt 17-19, Klosterneuburg, Danube Valley, Lower Austria, Austria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Niedermarkt 17-19, Klosterneuburg, is near Kahlenberg, Hoher Markt, Danube Bike Path (Donauradweg), and Monument to Empress Elisabeth (Kaiserin Elisabeth Denkmal).
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    Prague - Vienna

    A travel blog entry by foxc on Dec 23, 2014

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    ... catching. After sorting this out ( I later decided it was a bad idea to sit up all night and spent around another 90 EUR to convert it to a sleeper compartment) I ordered another Uber, this time it was Jasmin who was doing the honours, in an identical car but newer and black, for the short trip to our rented cottage in Vienna. This trip was a little more expensive mainly due to the heavy traffic. Uber is great though as you don't ...

    _Vienna - castles, schnitzels & classical music.

    A travel blog entry by adventureornone on Sep 27, 2014

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    ... to and people selling tickets to a classical music concert that night that we could buy. Dan was excited about both of these things :-) By this time morning tea was calling so we went off to find a coffee and cake. After our first Vienna morning tea (looking forward to more of them). We found a market place full of food to buy. So we joined in and purchased foods within feta cheese stuffed in them. Very nice. Schonnbrunn Castle was our next place to visit (we ...

    Palace Tour

    A travel blog entry by sburton on Jul 10, 2014

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    We left early Thursday morning to take a train to Vienna, Austria. The train ride was about 7 hours so we only had the afternoon the see Vienna before heading to our base hotel in Salzburg. We spent the afternoon touring Schonbrunn Palace. The summer palace had 1,441 rooms (only 40 open to the public) and 500 acres of palace grounds. We had a lot to cover in 6 hours. (See the pictures for impressive views.) We could have easily skipped the palace tour and spent ...

    Exploring Inner Strade and Jewish Museum

    A travel blog entry by nanslyn on May 26, 2014

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    ... Eyes'. This was recommended to me by a friend who thought it would be interesting reading, as we are in Vienna and that is where much of this family history takes place. Edmund De Waal wrote this award winning biography of his formerly well-to-do family, the Ephrussi family, who lived in Vienna until the Nazi's 'Aryanized' their property in 1938. I haven't read too much of it yet, but coincidentally, after purchasing the book, ...

    Day 9: Vienna

    A travel blog entry by dilushani on Feb 20, 2014

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    ... thinking that would at least be something, but it didn't run in the Winter. So staying in for the day is all that happened. I looked online for luggage stores in Vienna that I could walk to, concluding that if I didn't get a suitcase soon I would die. In the end, my venture out to the shops didn't happen. I did however go to a restaurant where I had three courses, ensuring the main was Austrian. I took down the menu in German because I wanted to translate ...