Arnes Hotel Vienna

Address: Quellenstrasse 120, Vienna, Vienna, 1100, Austria | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Meidling area of Vienna, is near Museum of Military History (Heeresgeschichtliches Museum), Graben, Amalienbad, and Theater Akzent.
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    Austria

    A travel blog entry by kategreen on Jun 30, 2015

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    ... the border. As we were approaching it we were pulled over by police. I have never seen the group move so fast as that mad scramble to put their seatbelts on! We had no problems with them, they just wanted to breath test our driver. We went back into Hungary, then were soon at the Austrian border. We could just drive straight through this one. A few hours later we arrived in Vienna. We set up camp and then drove into town to spend the evening at Prater Park. This ...

    Wien

    A travel blog entry by domandkatey on Nov 07, 2014

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    ... enjoy them. Little wooden cabins with pine tree boughs covered in twinkly lights dominated many of the main squares. Vienna is a very expensive city, so we had to abstain from enjoying many of the impressive museums. However, we did visit a really cool clock museum. You are probably thinking that sounds pretty lame, but it was actually really interesting and we learned a lot about the history of clock making. We saw the mechanics and ...

    Eine Kirche, Schloss, seltsam Wohnung, und Spaß!

    A travel blog entry by zolina on Sep 16, 2014

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    ... of school kids came up and stomped up and down the stairs, causing the entire scaffolding to shake.

    But it was oh so worth it. Because being that close to the paintings on the inside of the dome was incredible. I'm not really a religious person, but I love visiting European churches because of how beautiful and awe-inspiring they are. They really are pieces of art. And being so close and seeing all the beautiful details in the paintings was a magical experience. Some of ...

    Viennese Walz er ... Walk Part 1.

    A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Sep 11, 2014

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    ... quite frankly it's not our issue, but if all the waitresses are like ours, I doubt the Weingut Wolff heuriger will be around another 400 years …. So after a long day and night, we headed back tot he hotel and crashed … and this time there was no yelling to wake us up or at least none that I remember because I ended sleeping through the night until those “glorious” church bells started up aginst at 7:00 am..... Come on … it's the weekend!!!
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    Goodbye Roma :(

    A travel blog entry by jcdanovich on Jul 02, 2014

    ... there are always questions that arise from the authenticity of relics, I was still humbled to have been able to experience that.

    After visiting Saint Paul outside the Walls, we met up with the director of the Rome campus at the Church of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem. He was going to show us a few more churches before our class diner in Rome. This church has the largest pieces of the true cross of Christ. Again, there will always be arguments about the authenticity of relics. ...