Hotel Muellner

Address: Grinzinger Allee 30, Vienna, Vienna, 1190, Austria | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located in the Döbling area of Vienna, is near Votivkirche, Wagenburg, Monument to Empress Elisabeth (Kaiserin Elisabeth Denkmal), and Manhattan Fitness & Squash.
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Travel Blogs from Vienna

Imperial Dreams & Harsh Realities

A travel blog entry by brandon_t on Oct 17, 2014

98 photos

... of what else…wiener schnitzel! Wiener schnitzel is technically a veal cutlet pounded very thin and tender, breaded and then fried, and the wiener part means from Wien, aka Vienna.. While Figlmuller may or may not have the best schnitzel in the country, it certainly is the most famous having been in operation since 1907. The portions were literally bigger than the plate and the sides were just as well sized. My mom barely ate half of hers and ...

Viennese Walz er Walk Part 2.

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Sep 13, 2014

7 photos

... laughing my butt off. (I have seen the photo violation so many times and no consequences it has long ceased to bother me.) I understand that the Chinese Premier and President Obama have scheduled a meeting to discuss the international incident. (There may be trade sanctions in the works and possibly a crisis meeting in the Great Room.)

Anyway with nothing more we could do to harm relations between the world superpowers, we wrapped up the tour. I was surprised ...

Schnitzels and Strudels, Coffees and Cakes

A travel blog entry by rache1ann on Jul 20, 2014

23 photos

... to meet up with the rest of the group at the next station before getting on a double decker train for a 50 min ride into Austrian country. Enjoying a power nap on the train we picked up our bikes up inter town of Krem and headed out to the next little town. Our first stop was in a quaint little town who sold a lot of apricot products. We sampled apricot schnapps, soft drink, liqueur, nectar chocolate covered apricots and my favourite chocolate covered apricot ...

Goodbye Roma :(

A travel blog entry by jcdanovich on Jul 02, 2014

... Some frescoes show Constantine giving the care of Rome to the Pope, thus establishing the Pope’s rule in the western half of Constantine’s empire. The church was used to show the common people how the Pope got their power and why they had a legitimate claim to ruling. This is not how the Pope’s became so influential, but it was a great way to tell people why the Pope’s power was legitimate (back in the Middle Ages).

The last church was probably ...

Waltzing through Vienna

A travel blog entry by jklezok on May 05, 2014

1 comment, 26 photos

... to the Danube River for a little bit. This was a little bit of a disappointment. They have a kind of Coney Island deal going on, with restaurants, boat rentals, loud music and such. We took a walk down by the river for a bit, but didn't find it very appealing. Off to dinner at the same place as yesterday and then back to the hotel for nap time.

Day 3

Today is starting off good, but is supposed to rain later on. We once again headed out after breakfast to the ...