Parkschloessl Hotel

Landstrasser Hauptstrasse 138, Vienna, Vienna, Austria | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Vienna

I love Vienna

A travel blog entry by janlill


... br> And night falls and we still roam the streets
Guided by a trusty IPhone offline map app,
(I have become Mrs Map)
Never feeling like we were lost
My goodness what efficiency in the train service!
Maps everywhere
Colour coded
So easy to follow
Jump on
Jump off
To arrive back at the hotel at about 2300

And my heart echoed the souvenirs
I love Vienna!


Waltzing through Vienna

A travel blog entry by jklezok


... of those people pictures Annie is always asking for...

Schonbrunn Palace was the summer home of the Habsburgs. It is of course very grand and exquisitely decorated. The entrance to the Palace has your typical grand entrance, you could just picture yourself arriving in your horse drawn carriage through the front gates around the fountain and up to the stairs, where the servants would help you down. OK, back to reality and I'll slug myself up the stairs....

We ...

Music to die for

A travel blog entry by exoticrhonda


... dinner and had the local tucker, before heading off to a Mozart concert. The concert was played by a Mozart Ensemble, which consisted of four musicians playing the violin, viola and cello, in the 'Sala Terrena' of the house that Mozart lived in for a short time in 1781. The Sala Terrena had beautiful frescoes and is the oldest concert hall in Vienna.

Off to Prague ...

Vienna: short but sweet

A travel blog entry by kabsa2laksa


... sure. So that's it, 'nothing much', a lot of introspection and reflection in the past few days; unfortunately it is usually difficult to capture it in words for it to be shared in this space. I'm spending the next couple of days in Romania visiting my dear friends Giammarco and Lily, in which will become my country #36 (Slovakia was #35), and will be a good rest before heading to Belgrade for the weekend. An update from Romania coming soon. ...

A Palace and a Sitting Waltz

A travel blog entry by kirstenelise


... by which and we lingered for embarrassingly long pauses. Sorry Chinese and Germans, we were here first.

Fun Fact: Sisi, anorexic wife of Franz Josef I and aunt to Franz Ferdinand (not the band), was Vienna's Marilyn Monroe. She was a renowned beauty with floor-length hair and a free spirit. Sisi wasn't a fan of eating, her husband, or courtly life, so she chose to travel instead. I don't blame her for taking advantage of her status and ...


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