Kaiserin Elisabeth

Address: Weihburggasse 3, Vienna, Vienna, 1010, Austria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Innere Stadt area of Vienna, is near Haas Haus, Church of the Teutonic Order, Augarten Porzellan, and Deutschordenskloster 'sala Terrena'.
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Pets allowed


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          • Room service
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          Circuses and Carnivals

          A travel blog entry by garywhite on May 22, 2016

          28 photos

          I have given this entry the title "Circuses and Carnivals" because that is sort of what it is about, although with a bit of license. The Spanish Riding School in Vienna is hardly a circus, although the Prater is a big carnival ground I guess.

          My morning event was a performance by the famed "Spanish", or "Lippizaner" horses at the Spanish …

          Allelieua Amen

          A travel blog entry by garywhite on May 20, 2016

          2 comments, 25 photos

          This day I did four things, as planned and/or suggested. Three of them were museums, the fourth was, for me, one of the most memorable evenings of my life, one that will stay with me forever.

          The first three I can cover fairly easily. Number one was one of Peter Faessler's suggestions, and very interesting it was too It is also a place …

          Gloria in Excelsis

          A travel blog entry by garywhite on May 19, 2016

          2 comments, 46 photos

          I have known of the reported beauty of the Danube Valley upriver from Vienna for some time, and in researching this trip came to learn of the monastery at Melk, on the river between Linz and Vienna at one end of the Unesco World Heritage listed Wachau Valley.

          So today's trip was to be one up the river, rather than down next week, by bus …


          A travel blog entry by drmom on Oct 04, 2015

          28 photos

          ... twice. The Lipizzaner or Lipizzan breed was developed with the support of the Habsburg nobility. The ancestors of the Lipizzan can be traced to approximately A.D. 800. Until the 18th century, Lipizzans had other coat colors, including dun, bay, chestnut, black, piebald and skewbald. However, gray is a dominant gene. Gray was the color preferred by the royal family, and so the color was emphasized in breeding practices. While we were peeking at the horses, a large tabby cat came over so ...

          I think I'm turning Viennese, I really think so...

          A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Jul 30, 2015

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          ... care of what to do with all those über yummy baguette options in the bakeries.

          Viennese cultural customs? Getting there. Kiss kiss on both cheeks, right cheek first. Got it. Scarves as essential wardrobe items, got it. Not crossing streets on red? Got it. Cafe Mélange, of course. Schlagobbers with all desserts? Why wouldn't you? Fancy market basket? Ja, ja. "Man bag" for Tim, it's so practical. Greeting the proprietor when entering a shop? It's only polite. We're ...