AllYouNeed Hotel Vienna 2
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... t remember because we didn't take notes, but it was a great way to see the places around Vienna.
Went up to the Sky Bar above one of the posh shops in the main tourist drag. It's nice but we're not sure why they put a Sky Bar here as it doesn't really have much of a view of anything except rooftops, satellite dishes, and aircon units ... oh, and glimpses of St Stephen's Cathedral.
Anyhow, nice atmosphere with beautiful ...
... back to Europe for both your train and hospitality.
So off we got and spent a lovely 30mins standing track side in the middle of nowhere, in the snow awaiting our actual train - superb haha
When we did eventually arrive in Vienna we made our way to Hotel Austria. This was the hotel I stayed in when I first landed from Australia. It seems kind of symbolic and nice that I ended my trip with Mum, Dad and Dan where I began my trip 12 months ago. ...
... then the food stalls are absolutely top notch. There is everything from Dim Sum to Schnitzel. Not one for making decisions, I had both Dim Sum AND schnitzel! J
After a good dinner, I continued along and happened upon a beer garden. With a two euro deposit on my drinking glass, that was the end of the site seeing in Vienna. I couple of pints later (or 5?) I was ready for bed and made it back ...
... out in glorious colour. The Neptune fountain and the imposing Gloriette which looks like a Roman ruin and designed to glorify the Habsberg's power, stands directly opposite the Palace.
We were then given a guided tour through 20 of the 1440 odd rooms in the Palace's beautifully decorated Queen's apartments and grand State Rooms. The rooms reflect the style and taste of each Habsburg sovereign who lived the palace over the centuries. I have no words ...
... found the visit very interesting, as we got a real feel for the man himself, often called 'Papa Haydn' by his many visitors . We saw original manuscripts of 'The Creation' and 'The Seasons', two of Haydn's most famous choral works. In the last years of his life, when his health was failing, he had a little business card made up which he could give to people when he needed to decline invitations. There was musical notation to ...