Vienna Hotels Articles

August 22, 2010

The bagel: A cultural history

… a Polish king and general who defeated the invading Turkish army at Chocim in 1683. The victory saved the historic city of Vienna and likely determined the fate of Europe. This is historically true. When the bagel enters the story, legend takes over …

August 14, 2010

Short stories: Sisterly discovery

… . I went along with it because she promised it would be Joe Strummer or equivalent. So with a surplus of a couple of cans of vienna sausages and crackers, we were rich as far as teenagers are concerned with a total of seven hundred dollars to burn on …

August 6, 2010

Is the Christmas tree a religious symbol?

… Royal Courts seemed to have embraced the tree first. Princess Henrietta von Nassau-Weilburg introduced the Christmas tree to Vienna after she married Archduke Charles of Austria in 1815. The following years saw it spread throughout Austria. …

July 28, 2010

Short stories: Childhood

Filed under: Vienna Restaurants — Tags: , , , , , — neieva @ 10:56 pm

… eating about 4 things at my grandparents house.

1. Fried Bologna Sandwiches

2. Hot Dogs

3. Beenie Weenies

4. Vienna sausages

That’s all I can honestly remember.

so from age 4-9 every single day during the …

July 25, 2010

How music defines who we are

… money into her purse or go down to Columbus and buy her groceries, she would sing me songs she remembered from Vienna in the nineties. Years later, at a piano bar in the Carlton Hotel where a Hungarian pianist named George Feier was playing one …

July 18, 2010

A look at hazelnuts

… truffles, plain milk chocolate, and the spread Nutella. An ingredient to make praline, well known as a base for both Vienna Hazelnut paste for torts, a coffee and liqueur flavoring the hazelnut is an in demand product for many industries who must …

July 13, 2010

A List Of The Top Travel Destinations In Europe Part 1

… include the greenery in southwest Berlin, the historic center of Mitte, and lovely Prenzlauer Berg located in the northeast.Vienna: Often referred to as one of the greatest capitals in all of Europe, Vienna provides a wealth of tradition that has …

History of Coffee Timeline!

… 1672: The first Paris coffee diner opens.

1675: When Franz Georg Kolschitzky escaped the Rebel Turkish Soldier’s in Vienna to lead military aid back to the city. The skedaddling Turkish rebels left behind a bag of coffee grounds. Snatching …

July 6, 2010

Tips for gift shopping in Vienna flea markets

… venue for the foodie in you. With food stalls spread across the market, you’ll also find a number of restaurants and cafes around the place; try the local Vienna sausage at one of the many food stalls. It comes with some fresh brown bread and a …

July 5, 2010

Is Religious language meaningful

… verification principle and the falsification principle.

The verification principle was invented by a group of 1920s philosophers, the Vienna circle, or logical positivists. They decided that a statement was only meaningful if it could be …

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