Airo Tower Hotel
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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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Breakfast , then on bus to stallion show workout, Leann, sign us up for bus shuttle, bus drop us off a the meeting location, had to walk to the horse show, good walk, saw the show, it was a workout session, it was nice,,, there about hour, enjoyed the walk back to meeting location, rest TC stayed on boat, I ...
... are joined with contemporary museum architecture
Michaelerplatz is one of Vienna's most famous squares, thanks to its proximity to the Hofburg, Vienna's Imperial Palace. Many tourists head straight for the palace, but there are some other noteworthy sights around the square as well.
The Hofburg Complex - Michael's Square was originally a medieval castle built in the 13th Century, but today only the castle chapel ('Burgkapelle') demonstrates ...
... just stood up and looked out the windows. And the views of Vienna were appropriately great. We also had great views of the amusement park. The longer we were in the ferris wheel, the more we were looking at the rides in the amusement park. There were some that looked shockingly good. I just read in the non-Rick guidebook that the Prater is considered one of Europe's best amusement parks. And I am not surprised. My whole family loves amusement parks, which isn't too ...
... Hill's birthday dinner I had found a restaurant on Trip Advisor that was supposed to be a really nice Austrian restaurant. After some very slack directions and walking past a Robbie Williams concert we arrived at the restaurant. Lets just say it was not what I was expecting at all - especially being rated so high on Trip Advisor. After seeing that the menu was only in German, we quickly decided that we should try another restaurant. Lauren failed on the nice ...
... walking around with not many people around. In Vienna their biggest Christmas Markets are set under the City Hall or the Rathausplatz. It is a very impressive building and added to the atmosphere of the market. As we walked around enjoying the culinary delights and sipping on mulled wine it started to snow. We thought this was pretty cool. They had an area set up inside the town hall for children to make cookies, paint cups and decorate vases. No wonder it’s rated the ...