Hotel Neuwaldegg

Address: Neuwaldeggerstrasse 23, Vienna, Vienna, 1170 , Austria | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Hernals area of Vienna, is near St. Peter's Church (Peterskirche), Kirche am Steinhof, Hoher Markt, and Kuffner Observatory (Kuffner-Sternwarte).
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Travel Blogs from Vienna

Vienna: a busy first day

A travel blog entry by fulkss on Jun 04, 2014

1 comment, 25 photos

Our Austrian Airlines flight was nine and a half hours with comfortable seats, a full chicken dinner, and breakfast, too. I watched three movies and had an informative chat with a Czech businessman now living in Vienna. He absolutely recommends Czech beer - all brands -- and white wine in Vienna. He gave me a list of sights to see and we talked …

Allergies, cake, wheels and houses

A travel blog entry by spiderbobwebb on Dec 19, 2014

25 photos

... the reaction and really enjoyed watching the horses. The Lipizzan horses are born as black horses, but as they age they become the bright white colour. Of the horses I saw practice there were a number that were changing from black to white, so they were quite cool, and the whit horses were just gorgeous. Watching the horses move around there were a few that looked like they were misbehaving, but by watching closely you could see the control that the riders ...

Geologie Streberin Mädchen Himmel

A travel blog entry by zolina on Sep 17, 2014

130 photos

... the alteration in the timing of developmental patterns responsible for the growth of trilobites. It can only result in the evolution of new species when the new heterochronic characters are adaptive in an empty ecological niche the ancestor cannot occupy. Heterochronic processes have been important in the radiation of trilobites throughout the Paleozoic. Progenesis was the most important type of heterochrony during the Cambrian, whereas peramorphsosis was more ...


A travel blog entry by akandaa on Sep 08, 2014

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... we loaded up on fine chocolate bars. Arlene admired all the fashionable clothes and shoes, but everything was extremely expensive. We stopped for coffee and to share a sacher torte at Cafe Korb. We hunted for hat pins, cane shields, and cat themed souvenirs. We just happened to be in Hoher market square at noon, so hung around to see the ornate clock do it's extended parade of historical ...

"Alles Walzer!"

A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Feb 24, 2014

6 photos

... local population because of the international nature of the guests. Dress code for the ball was long gown and tux, or formal dress from your country of origin. The U.S. ex-pats were trying to figure out what our national costume might be, and cowboy garb was all we could think of. Didn't see any of that at the Ball. We did see Austrian, African, Eastern Europe, Scot, Japanese and Indonesian national dress. People watching was part of the attraction to be ...

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