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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We have bought a 16.50 Euro 72 hour travel card which works on the Metro, trams and buses - unlimited travel. It is great.
Tuesday 26 Aug 14 - Overcast and showers today but not cold - about 22 degrees forecast. A visit to Schonbrunn Place has occupied most of the day. Easy to get to on the Metro and a look at how the Emperors and their ladies lived the life. The opulence and excesses were not as dramatic as we saw at ...
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I dropped off my bags in the room and then headed out to see some of the city. It was about a 20 minute walk into the city center and that’s when I could see that Vienna is ...
... we headed back to our hostel to get ready for the party.
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