Airo Tower Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAiro Tower Hotel Vienna
The staff at the hotel were quite rude and it was hard to find the transport nearby, the room was okay for an airport hotel
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... dinner with our friends at the specialty restaurant on board! Very tasty and elegant......and then back to the bus for an evening of Mozart and Strauss at a concert hall in town. We had music, a bit of opera, and a bit of ballet. It was special to see and hear in this town where music is so important......we almost stayed awake for the whole thing....just a little too much touring today!
Off to Durnstein and Melk ...
... of the Unknown Rapist or "Erbsendenkmal". It was built in 1945 by the Soviet army to commemorate the 17,000 Soviet soldiers that died in the course of the "Battle for Vienna". The plan to build such a memorial first occurred in February of 1945, before the battle had even started. Hence the reluctance of the Austrians to revere the memorial and with having to maintain it in good order.
... the grandeur and opulence of this palace. We were not allowed to take photographs inside so had to resort to buying some souvenir photo books. Our guide suggested cutting and pasting photos available on the internet :)
Had another opportunity to spend some time in Stephanplatz in the afternoon when I was able to visit the Church of St Peter the Roman Catholic parish church in Vienna, built in the Baroque style. This church is believed to have ...
... St Stephen's cathedral, built in the gothic style, with its 450 foot tower. Stopped off at Hotel Sacher to sample the famous torte. After dinner, we are off to the Royal Waltz Concert. I think we will sleep well tonight! Ship sails tonight for ...
... to the Vienna Opera House to see (and hear) The Vienna Mozart Orchestra , it was quite an experience especially seated in the little boxes very memorable.
On the final morning we headed off on our bikes (yes first time after my fall),to ride along the bans of the Danube. It wasn't quite as we had expected it, it doesn't run through the centre of the city and did not have the array of bridges that other big cities have.
From there we headed for ...