Hotel Am Stephansplatz
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Rachel.marie.84 stayed here on Jan 16, 2014 during their trip titled: Prelude 2014 - A tour of Vienna, Austria .
The hotel has a restaurant/bar that overlooks St. Stephans Cathedral and Stephansplatz. Breakfast was amazing - I had brown bread, ham and cheese plus really good coffee. Great people watching out the window as there is a subway stop plus all the tourists.
... fancy restaurant in stadtpark. Looked like we were only customers, we were seated at the only table that wasn't set. After a time found the other dinners were on the other side of a petition. Go figure!! We then wandered around the Hoburg Palace. Home of the Spanish riding school. Magnificent. Underground back to apartment. Used up scraps in fridge for tea. Packing and ready for 6am pickup to the airport in the morning. So long from Vienna. Please keep emails ...
... in Vienna. Franz Josef was emperor for 68 years. Most sights are on or near the Ringstrasse, (ring road). It is a 10 km boulevard built at the end of the 19th century along the route of the former city fortifications. Before our walking tour, a stop at a coffee house was arranged for us. Nice touch!
After our tour, MC, Rodney and I chose to remain in the city. (Shuttle busses were arranged to get ...
... it’s roof. We went inside the massive cathedral which was beautifully decorated inside, and houses several tombs of royalty. We had an opportunity to pay and go up the tower but the queue was very off putting.
Outside in the square it was packed and had a beautiful market where we got some gluhwein in a boot mug. We had to pay a deposit for the mug so we just kept them for souvenirs. Each market has its own mug and we were going to try and ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility