Boutique Hotel Stadthalle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... competing for prominence on the city skyline. It's incredible how differently some cities treat their historical landmarks. While some cordon them off and turn them into tourist traps, others just acknowledge they exist by maintaining them and allowing people to freely enjoy their unique beauty. We didn't have much time to sightsee in Vienna, but the palace was an amazing experience among its modern surroundings. ...
... to know in this area is Hapsburg. They ruled the empire of Austria, Hungary, and the Czech Republic for over 600 years....only abdicating the monarchy in 1918. The palace and it's grounds are beautiful.....1,441 rooms in total! Fortunately, we only toured 22 of them! We could have spent a lot more time on the grounds....400+ acres. However, the sun did come out while we were there so that felt good.
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... hundreds of years later are still able to enjoy whilst still allowing it to be viewed and experienced by the large number of tourists and visitors each day.
After leaving St Stephens Church, Thomas and I walked towards a market at another end of the old town to get some lunch. Some of the market was being renovated, but it was still interesting to walk around and look at all the different types of food available for purchase from typical meats and vegetables to nuts ...
... pieces were actually displayed in artwork, usually giant oil paintings, in later parts of the exhibit. It kind of brought the history of the object to life!
I learned a fun fact about crowns. In many cases in which religion ruled alongside a king, such as the Holy Roman Empire, the king borrowed the crown and scepter from the church, and could only use it for certain ceremonies. For this reason, it was common for a king to have a ...
... AU bill! Thanks for coming. Oh we'll it's all an experience. Slowly making our way back across town to kill some time before our Contiki starts, which I'm getting very excited about, and we stop by St Stephens Cathedral. Now that's a wow factor! Just big and grand, and moving. Another coffee and to do some people watching. Characters everywhere. Europeans dress very smart, lets say very, European?!? We picked up our bags and off to Wombats hostel. The walk took us ...