Hotel Muellner

Address: Grinzinger Allee 30, Vienna, Vienna, 1190, Austria | Inn
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This inn, located in the Döbling area of Vienna, is near Votivkirche, Wagenburg, Monument to Empress Elisabeth (Kaiserin Elisabeth Denkmal), and Heurigen Express.
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Schnitzel'ing our way through Wien

A travel blog entry by eddim on Aug 31, 2015

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... inside the gardens, which happens to be the world's oldest zoo and has over 750 species of animals and birds. It was a lovely way to round out the afternoon, especially with a pit stop to enjoy a coffee and the Viennese speciality, Sachertorte; chocolate cake with a middle layer of apricot jam coated with a chocolate icing. The zoo was impressive with it's very large and natural habitats for the animals and would highly recommend if you have the ...

Amadeus, Amadeus...

A travel blog entry by jagosperring on Jul 16, 2015

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... also serving traditional Viennesse dishes. Weiner Schnitzel a must, plus we also tried the very tasty Tafelspitz - a boiled beef broth with vegetables and apple horseradish sauce. All in all a very delicious meal. Afterwards we wandered the streets, passing Mozarts house, various old buildings, monuments, concert halls, buskers etc and then plonked ourselves down in the Museum Quarter on one of the many big plastic turquoise sofas. The courtyard was ...

Wiener Pixels

A travel blog entry by lmcfarland on Apr 10, 2015

1 comment, 11 photos

Hello again, Blogonauts! Having left Istanbul behind we flew easily to Vienna, the capital of the (similarly defunct) Austro-Hungarian Empire. Both the Ottomans and the Hapsburgs ceded power after defeat in World War I. Until now I had not realized we are presently touring a series of countries whose fortunes in that conflict were decidedly gloomy. This was not my intention, but the timing, a century later, is oddly appropriate. The Pope's recent comments ...

The day it felt like they drugged our lunch

A travel blog entry by spiderbobwebb on Dec 18, 2014

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... Bar near Stephan Platz. I had my first original weiner schnitzel for the trip washed down with a couple of Steigl.

We then were given our orientation walk, which basically consisted of us dragging our very tired feet around after Elizaa, who was trying to explain places and give us spots to visit the next day.

We started at St Stephens Kirche, which has been partially cleaned on ...

Day 16, 17, 18, 19 & 20

A travel blog entry by jessgaltry on Oct 30, 2014

3 comments, 19 photos

... off to have a drink. Just after we arrived another couple walked in, Darcy being Darcy started chatting to them and they turned out to be awesome! Their names were Levy and Chila and they were locals. We chatted away until the bar closed and we got kicked out, so we continued to chat outside on the footpath. We found out from them that the area where we were staying is the "ghetto" are of Budapest. *gulp* They had to head home as they have work the next day but ...