Pension Stadthalle

Hackengasse 33, Vienna, Vienna, 1150, Austria | Inn
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This inn, located in the Rudolfsheim - Fünfhaus area of Vienna, is near Vienna Sightseeing Tours, Lugner City, Reed Messe Wien Congress Center, and Stadthalle.
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    Vienna, Austria

    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Aug 09, 2014

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    ... during Roman times, with the Danube river being the border of the Roman Empire at the time. We also heard a short historical briefing on the Jewish population in Vienna. In 1400 5% of Vienna’s population was Jewish (about 800 people), but shortly after this, the government decided to send the Jewish population out of the city to Hungary, and most of them settled there. By 1935, the Jewish community in Vienna had once again grown substantially, and was the ...

    4 days in Vienna

    A travel blog entry by thevans2014 on Jun 26, 2014

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    ... around the older areas and chalked up another 14kms. The city is full of ornate buildings, fountains, monuments etc which are generally kept in pristine condition. There is no shortage of high fashion houses, expensive jewellery shops, Mercedes taxis and well dressed women!! The number of cafes is in keeping with Melbourne and an indication that Vienna is also regarded as one of the top coffee cities of the world We enjoyed traditional ...

    Someone's been slacking!

    A travel blog entry by kmscrc on Mar 29, 2014

    ... the decorations are made from bones of ancient monks. Krys and I gave it a miss and just strolled in the sunshine and had ice cream.

    Our lunch stop that day was a place called Excalibur Land. It was like a cross between the old SydneyShopping Centre and the Bill Lynch Shows. No rides for us, but we were happy to find Cherry Coke!

    I think I'll do Vienna as it's own ...

    Christmas day

    A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw on Dec 25, 2013

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    ... a few exhibits which included a smallish kangaroo and some fellow deer. I think it was a bit too cold for an Australian critter and it did look a bit sad..

    I was surprised at how busy the park was with locals and tourists alike. Seems like it is very popular and the locals enjoy the park often with a few runners working off Christmas treats. We worked off the brunch by climbing a steep hill to get to the Gloriette which was built in 1775. ...

    Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

    A travel blog entry by christinec2013 on Sep 15, 2013

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    ... be feeling sad about something or rather also. Yes I miss my family, but I think I'd regret it if I passed up an opportunity for a feeling that is probably fleeting. And just because I travel alone doesn't mean I can't share my experiences with people. I talk to my family and friends all the time and I keep this blog and I make friends where I am too. And no I'm not afraid either. I wasn't even afraid in Turkey. But to be fair, I'm probably ...