Mercure Secession Wien

Getreidemarkt 5, Vienna, Vienna, 1060, Austria | 4 star hotel
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    24 hours in Vienna!

    A travel blog entry by robthebruce on Aug 28, 2014


    ... with trams that pass by most of the historic sites. I did make it the way around the tramline but then I found the Vienna Film Festival and its food stalls.

    Now when I think of food stalls, I think of generally hot dogs and mini donuts. Here it is a gourmet experience. First of all, there are no paper plates, cups etc. Everything is glassware. Austrians are big on recycling and waste ...

    Vienna History, AUSTRIA

    A travel blog entry by writeofpassage on Jul 31, 2013

    8 photos

    ... and the court. She neglected her obligations as empress and was seldom seen at court meetings. She also spent many hours a day exercising and playing sports to maintain her 172cm, 45kg figure. After stalking a dead empress we wondered to Pestsäule, which is a monument to the Black Plague covered in a fish net. From here we wandered towards the magical butterfly house, stopping only for a quick bite to eat. The butterfly house was a large green house ...

    Second Day - Shopping Scares and Stolen Keys

    A travel blog entry by angela.arnold on Jun 21, 2013

    3 comments, 2 photos

    ... pudding.

    Also, cold cuts and raw meat are not displayed separately, so it is rather difficult to determine if you can eat it right away or not, depending on the product. And, I need hairspray, but I think I only found that stuff for guys with thinning hair to use. Reina wanted to order lunch meat at the butcher, but we had no idea what kinds of meat some of the things were and especially how much to order. How much is 100 g of lunch meat? Turns out, ...

    Our last 2 days in Vienna

    A travel blog entry by maustravels on May 20, 2013

    2 photos

    ... good but expensive breakfast of eggs, cheese, ham and pastries/bread.. Great coffee and of course we had to share a Sacher Torte..then we took the Metro�� Schoennbrun Palace for a walk around the grounds... The day was warm and a little windy so the walk was great.. Too many tourists to go into the Palace or Tiergarten but we explored the fountains and gardens and then went to a Cafe Dallmayar foe a beer in the back garden....a very pleasant ...

    Stopover in Vienna

    A travel blog entry by dbrainard on May 06, 2013

    4 photos

    ... as one of the most liveable cities in the world. It's got great transportation...busses, trains, trolley's and a subway. And the buildings for the most part are so opulant and grand. However, it seems like the new buildings are very modern contrasting greatly with the old.