Hotel Viktoria

Address: Eduard Klein Gasse 9, Vienna, Vienna, A-1130, Austria | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Vienna

    DAY 42

    A travel blog entry by billyrubes on Apr 08, 2015

    ... at 20:57 to Vienna. It finally has a platform. I jump on and am greeted by nice Austrian attendant. I have a sleeper car all to myself with free gack. Wine. Pretzels. Water. A towel. Slippers. First time on a night train. Didn't sleep too well, but I tell ya, it's much better than trying to sleep in a seat with a dozens other people around ...


    A travel blog entry by lotsofnoys on Dec 16, 2014

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    ... to get around....they have trams running around the city a bit like Melbourne but with more beautiful buildings to look at... We found the Christmas markets and all the amazing Christmas decorations that they offer....Alison is planning to let loose there I think! We also saw the Hofburg and the Burgtheater and the kids had a run on the Volksgarten... We have ...

    Geologie Streberin Mädchen Himmel

    A travel blog entry by zolina on Sep 17, 2014

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    ... ever heard about dark matter and wondered what it was, it's thought to be lots of the original asteroids that are still floating around. They just never became big enough to become suns and visible to our telescopes.

    And now for some terminology. The pieces from asteroid collisions travelling through space are called meteoroids. When a meteroid enters the Earth's atmosphere and begins to burn up, it is called a meteor. Most meteors burn up completely and ...

    All roads lead to Rome, and Venice and Vienna

    A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Aug 14, 2014

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    ... a bustling little location. Considering it started as an old Viking fishing village it had definitely developed into something special. Rach was impressed with her first glimpse of Europe. We walked down the promenade to the Little Mermaid Statue which was inspired by the fairy tale of the same name written by no other than Hans Christian Anderson.


    My "Fatherland" -get it? :)

    A travel blog entry by sdhoneymoon on Aug 01, 2014

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    ... call, or visit with anyone in your family tree that can help you understand where you came from, then book a ticket, get on a plane and go experience it for yourself.
    I feel so blessed to have been raised in a home where English was not the only language spoken at the dinner table. I crave the sound of a low german dialect. It makes my heart happy. My Opa and Oma immigrated to Canada when my Father was a young man, they brought with them stories, recipes, and ...