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A travel journal to Austria by missj1981

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Tunnel Vienna Live

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Restaurant | "The Tunnel Vienna Live"

Tunnel Vienna Live Photo, Vienna, Austria
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"Did you know that we are sitting here in a former homeless shelter?" I ask my friend Tam. No, he does not know of course. We have taken place at one of the old, massive, large wooden tables and we just ordered lamb with cous cous and I also enjoy my big light-dark mixing freshly drawn beer. I know the "Tunnel Vienna Live" already from my college days where I've visited it often, usually in the evening. I liked the casual atmosphere. You can sit still long there, listen to music and talk about God and the world. It is an ideal place to meet with one or more friends to chat to spend a pleasant time, with music and small or large meals. Good and cheap food - often there are occas...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on August 31, 2011

Tunnel Vienna Live
Florianigasse 39
Vienna

Lindner Hotel Am Belvedere

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Hotel | "A great hotel in Vienna"

Lindner Hotel Am Belvedere Photo, Vienna, Austria
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The Lindner Hotel am Belvedere is located in Vienna on 12th Rennweg. It has four stars, 219 hotel rooms and suites and is part of the Lindner Hotels and Resorts. The hotel has a restaurant, a lobby bar and a wine tavern. In addition there are six function rooms available. The hotel has a fitness center with sauna and solarium.The hotel is located near the famous Belvedere Palace, a manageable system of the Baroque with sumptuous gardens and recreational facilities. The Rennweg much frequented by cars. A garage is on the right side of the hotel. The trains run only from Munich to Vienna Westbahnhof. To get to the hotel, it is best to buy a 48-hour or 72-hour ticket and may in the coming day...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on August 31, 2011

Lindner Hotel Am Belvedere
Rennweg 12
Vienna 1030
866-539-8117

Romantik Hotel Schwarzer Adler

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Hotel | "A wonderful restaurant "

Romantik Hotel Schwarzer Adler Photo, Innsbruck, Austria
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On the occasion of the christening of the daughter of very good friends of us, we were in Innsbruck to celebrate this. After the baptism there was a meal in the Schwarzer Adler (The black eagle), or more precisely at the Andreas Hofer hall. Although I have been studying in Innsbruck, this was my first visit to the traditional hotel / restaurant. From the food I was really excited and I can therefore recommend you the Schwarzer Adler. Who thinks the Schwarzer Adler is too expensive for dinner you can also visit him at lunchtime. Every day from Monday to Saturday there is a two-course lunch menu for € 10, -. Our buffet food was certainly more expensive but of excellent quality. There were pe...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on August 31, 2011

Romantik Hotel Schwarzer Adler
Kaiserjaegerstrasse 2
Innsbruck, Austrian Alps 6020

Maredo

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Restaurant

Maredo Photo, Vienna, Austria
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On my first visit to the "Maredo" I was surprised by the size of this restaurant. There is a huge room with no windows. It arches over the space with a glass roof partly impressive, beautiful stained glass windows. In addition there are still some lights. Larger exotic potted plants and wrought-iron figures of cattle grazing and cacti provide South American flair.The restaurant is very spacious - almost feel the expanse of the pampas, when one goes over the soft red carpet through the lobby - no, below. Although the room is very spacious, it does not feel uncomfortable. The interior architecture is designed so refined that it seems a little room anywhere else. Everyone finds the angle that...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on August 30, 2011

Maredo
karlsplatz
Vienna, Austria

Hohensalzburg Fortress

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Attraction

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When walking in the town you can’t pretend that you haven’t seen it. It can be seen from anywhere in the town and is located high on the top of the mountain. I’m talking about the Hohensalzburg Fortress in the city of Salzburg.The fortress was been built in the 11th century and has seen it share of battles throughout the years and although it was hold stand for many, it was surrender in the 16th century to the famous Napoleon. There are two ways to get up to the castle. First you can take the train up to the castle and something I would recommend when you have walking difficulties or you can just climb the route since it’s perfectly walkable and for free. It took us around 20 m...Read More

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on November 21, 2012

Hohensalzburg Fortress
Mönchsberg 34
Salzburg, Austria 5020
+43 662 84243011