Mercure Grand Hotel Biedermeier Wien

Landstrasser Hauptstrasse 28, Vienna, Vienna, 1030, Austria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Landstraße area of Vienna, is near Hundertwasserhaus, United Nations Complex, Bruckner Statue, and Concentus Musicus Wien.
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    New meets old in Vienna

    A travel blog entry by neat.freak on Jun 17, 2014

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    ... Universitats ring, walking past another smaller church, a university and a lovely park. By this point we were getting hungry and hadn't found a restaurant that we liked. We walked by a place that lots of young hip locals were eating at and the food looked good, so we wandered it. It turned out to be a vegetarian buffet restaurant where you pay by weight, the food looked incredibly fresh and we'd both been craving salad, so we decided to give it a try. We ate our fill of ...

    Coffee, Cake, and Music Nerd-Out

    A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Sep 03, 2013

    ... professor. I asked him about his newest book on Wagner's operas, and he happily told us all about it. Basically, the idea of a kaffeeklatsch is to get together at a coffeehouse, have some coffee and cake, and just talk about intellectual things. I can't say that my contributions were necessarily intellectual, but we had a great time. I'm really enjoying the group of students I came with. We get along quite well. :)

    After our little talk, ...

    Vienna - Whole Day

    A travel blog entry by ellie_wright92 on Jul 13, 2013

    ... and there was so much intricate detail on every column that it was absolutely breath taking. There was an option to go and see the organs of the famous hapsburgs under neath, however it was 5 euro and we decided not to do that. We then caught the metro to the museum of natural history which was incredible. The sight from the outside was amazing, with an identical museum of arts parallel across the grass. There was a special exhibition on the human body and anatomy going on which was ...


    A travel blog entry by bbblachut on Jun 01, 2013

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    ... plane view, and I definately want to come back and visit. My flight to mainland Greece boards soon (I cant tell though, haha, they arent speaking English. Im just going to casually join the boarding line in a couple of minutes)
    The bus drivers here def didnt care about the "stand behind the yellow ...

    Vienna & Salzburg- a few of my favorite things!

    A travel blog entry by ssequeir on Feb 21, 2013

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    ... and the arias were enchanting. This was a much different experience from the concerts I typically attend on the lawn at PNC in Jersey over the summer! I really appreciated the taste of culture we received from the show, though, especially because I am learning a lot more about Mozart in my MUS300 class in Rome (Intro to Italian Opera).

    The next day we toured the Schonbrunn Palace- an extraordinary palace. From the 18th century to 1918 the Palace ...