Landgasthaus Fuhrgassl-Huber

Address: Rathstrasse 24, Vienna, Vienna, 1190, Austria | Hotel
 
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Vienna

A travel blog entry by lotsofnoys on Dec 16, 2014

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... the pizzeria around the corner for dinner and had all the kids in bed by 5pm....which felt like 10pm...! After explaining what jet lag was to the 4 kids at 2am who thought it was play time...we all slept until 7 am felling much better for it... We are planning out day today and about to have some new adventures I'm sure....and I have decided it is not summer anymore! ...

Eine Kirche, Schloss, seltsam Wohnung, und Spaß!

A travel blog entry by zolina on Sep 16, 2014

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... had a helles (light beer) that had the biggest head on it I've ever seen.

We'd had a late lunch and so didn't really want to get a big meal to eat. So we just headed back to the hotel, and stoped by the sausage stand again at the U-Bahn station. We all had another hotdog mit Bratwurst and it was very good.

By the time we got back to the hotel I was so exhausted from our very fun day that I was asleep by 9:30 pm.


P.S. Daily Step Count = 16,966
Miles Walked = ...

Visages of Vienna

A travel blog entry by mjconchie on Aug 19, 2014

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... Stephen) as the Viennese call it, perhaps the most famous structure in Vienna.

We stopped in a typical local cafe for Sachre Torte and coffee/hot chocolate. The Sachre Torte (fancy chocolate cake with cream) was the best Mark has ever tasted.

After lunch on board we set off to the Farmers Market with Executive Chef Julian and Concierge Jo. This walk involved boarding an underground train to District Four in Vienna. ...

Cafe Culture

A travel blog entry by jamie083 on Jun 29, 2014

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... view of the stage and a little screen which provided English subtitles. 'Tosca' is apparently one of five or so operas that everyone has to see in their lifetime. What was most surprising was how genuinely amusing some parts were as well as having a plot that was easy to follow, and needless to say the singing was phenomenal. We weren't quite sure what to expect but it was definitely worth the small effort and, despite very sore feet at the end of three hours ...

Not as old as I thought

A travel blog entry by paulausman on Apr 27, 2014

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... you a tour of all the dinner pieces like plates, utensils, centerpieces, etc used by the royal family. Lots of gold and silver! Then you learn about the life of Sissi and finish off by seeing the living quarters of both herself and her husband. On my walking tour I had seen most of the royal buildings, but they had a mock of the royal grounds inside the museum and It really gives you a good appreciation of how much ground it actually covers. But what also stood ...