EuroHotel Airport Vienna
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We've just got back from our Vienna bus tour. A bit of a disappointment, well that's too strong. Requires explanation.
Due to the distance travelled last night the boat reached Vienna in the late morning, and after an early lunch we got onto the bus with the German speaking passengers around 1.30. Fabulous modern comfortable bus. The docking station is 6Km from the city, and the route into town passes through an industrial part and isn't pretty. The description ...
... It was very busy in this section of the gallery ( there are 800 art works and yes we went through all) there were lots of tours. That's ok you just move around them and they move fairly quickly, however, there was one group that stood in front of the iconic piece, ' the kiss' , with about twenty people talking loudly about the painting for 10 mins. No one could get a clear view. I was not happy, but I did go back once they ...
... etc. However it was sad to see them trapped in such confined spaces, so if you're an animal lover i wouldn't recommend visiting. Just to even see the animals was still amazing. Later on that day, we took a trip to the sound museum, which was pact with famous composers of Vienna, like Mozart. This was also exciting, but i found it was mainly for classical music lovers, however there was a little something for everybody, from listening to a baby in a womens womb, to composing one ...
... for the site of what is now regarded as Mozart’s house. That competed, we headed back to the Graben, a further pedestrian street, to get a sausage form a stall in the street, admire the plague column (erected in the late 17th century), and also enjoy a pianist who was performing in the street.
We then headed up the Mariahilferstrasse on the U-Bahn, so that Marion could buy herself a new bag, but then came ...
... taken past some more of the sights of the city, brightly illuminated. The spouts rising into the air from the Russian Memorial Fountain sparkled in the night. Apparently the fountain isn't well-loved for its sparkle or its existence, by the Austrians. It is the most obvious landmark on the Schwarzenbergplatz, a relic from WWII. In Vienna, there are several slang terms for it: Looter′s ...