Mate Dependance Hotel Vienna
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I didn't actually intend to spend a night in Vienna, but the only way I could get fast transportation to my next destination was through Vienna. So I made a bit of a change in plans and before I knew it, I had 24 hours in Vienna.
I arrived around midday and checked into my hotel Le Meridian. Again, this is ...
... our to do list.
After arriving into central Vienna our next move was figuring the connecting train to kettenbrückengasse station- here we bumped into 4 other girls also figuring the map in order to reach their hostel Wombats. Lara, Sam, Liv and Vick had all just completed A-levels and were spending a month travelling Europe along a similar track as us. They'd told us where they were staying, at this point Alice and I had ...
... from 1735. My seat was along the side on the top floor and even with standing and leaning on the balustrade I could only see about two-thirds of the stage due to the wide balcony. It would have been much better to have been on either end of the building. If I had known this I would have happily paid more for a seat here, although realistically I would have had to book online in advance because I had ...
The Danube passes through or touches the borders of ten countries. The waterway that actually passes through the city is called the Danube canal, not deep enough for navigation. Therefore our ship is docked just outside of the centre of Vienna so we were bussed to the city centre this morning. We met a local guide who gave us an overview of the city.
Austria's population is 8 million, ...
... was a Van Gogh, just hanging out….like you do…and then there was the Gustav Klimt room. The whole reason I wanted to go - and the reason why I spent a small fortune - was to see “The Kiss”. Even if you don’t know Klimt per se, you probably know “The Kiss”. It’s on espresso mugs and wine glasses the world over, to say nothing of jewellery boxes and calendars. When I walked into the room, I had such a visceral reaction that ...