Boutique Hotel Stadthalle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- All-Suites Property
- Pets allowed
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... with you, you have to pay over a $100 fine! In the 7 weeks we’ve been in Vienna, we’ve only been asked to show our passes one time. I wish I could bring all these wonderful transit systems back with me to Nashville! :-)
People in Austria and the surrounding countries in which we visited really do LOVE their dogs! There are people walking their dogs on the streets, taking them in the restaurants, and taking them on ...
... to the ship to enjoy a light supper of goulash soup.
Following this, a few of us went up on deck to enjoy thè evening cruising and the warmth of the night, as the days have been incredibly warm.The temperature in Vienna reached 36 degrees.
Then I had a nightcap and off to bed as the ship departed for Bratislava, Slovenia at 11am.
Another full day of touring and experiencing wonderful food.
... it was delicious the whole night wa a fun filled experience,we even took photos of the bathroom.
Thismorning we set off at 7.30 to beat the rush at Maria Theresa's Schonbrunn Palace and formal gardens. she was the mother of Marie Antoinette and the family ruled Austria for 600 years until 1918.
The Palace was almost as big as Versailles and the gardens were 300acres of trees and flowers ...
... glad I don't live in one. Not only would the upkeep be ridiculous, but apparently life at court was incredibly strenuous... Especially for free spirited people. If you have the chance, look up Elisabeth of Austria, also called Sissi. She has the craziest history and is a huge figure here even though she wasn't very liked when she was Empress because she hated court life and couldn't produce a male heir. Austrian history is very complex and interesting. Today ...
... to fall into (what a character!), but had no clue where in Vienna it was. Em's sketchy recollection was "It was in Vienna outside the big building somewhere. Does that help?? From memory there was a spunky man on a nearby balcony we tried sneaking a picture of". It's funny what we remember! Smaller details are obviously the more important and memorable.
Well despite the fact that there are umpteen big buildings in Vienna, Em's prompts actually helped, and as soon ...