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 Manhattan Fitness & Squash.
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Travel Blogs from Vienna

Auf Wiedersehen Austria

A travel blog entry by rachplume on Mar 16, 2015

2 comments, 46 photos

... tickets. We stayed for an hour (our feet were tired!), but it was beautiful and the English subtitles on personal mini screens were VERY helpful. That night we ate the best schnitzel in town and had a piece of Sacher Torte cake, yum.

The next day we visited Schonbrunn Palace, also known as the Winter Palace. It was huge and beautiful and I still can't believe people lived there. We took the tram to Belvedere Palace as well, which was just as lovely. We had goulash ...

Strudel me this

A travel blog entry by kcusens on Dec 30, 2014

3 photos

... then her boyfriend turned around and said 'f*+• you' to me. He got hauled to the side by Doug who dropped a few of his own f bombs and then had to contend with my dad and brothers. Suffice to say he sat very quietly in his chair for the next 5 hours, but it did further the sour taste that Germany was for us. But then we hit Vienna and even though it was still bitterly cold (-6!!!!) the sun was shinning and blue sky's were to be seen. That does make a ...

Imperial Dreams & Harsh Realities

A travel blog entry by brandon_t on Oct 17, 2014

98 photos

... it cleared up for the rest of the day and I was graced with sunny weather. This was the perfect chance for me to talk around the city and take in its sights and vibe. I headed back to the Hofberg nearby to possibly check out one of it’s eight museums, but unfortunately it was coming onto 6pm and they would soon be closed so I declined and instead walked the grounds taking photos of the impressive sight. The Hofburg was at one point in time the royal palace ...

Viennese coffee and the Goldener Saal

A travel blog entry by getcracken on Sep 18, 2014

2 comments, 18 photos

... so here are three....Adolfo Hitler, Joseph Stalin, and Sigmond Freud. The city was also the home of some 'mega' great, epic, amazing, musical geniuses like.....Beethoven, Mozart and Strauss. So, all in all I think it is fair to say that Vienna is not only pretty awesome today, but the city has played a key role in producing and shaping key events in European history. Importantly...the city centre is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. So that brings my tally up to 5 ...

News from Vienna

A travel blog entry by lucascurrie on Aug 19, 2014

2 comments, 2 photos

... seeing such old and historical things, since nothing we have in the US is really over 200 years old or nearly as significant.  Seeing the city at night was also really cool because the streets were empty.  The squares and steps that are usually packed with tourists were completely deserted and I got a VIP tour of the city. Vienna is set up in kind of a spiral of 23 districts.  District 1 has all of the historical stuff and is located ...