Hotel Am Stephansplatz
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Just when I thought that it couldn’t get any better, we arrived in Vienna to a Christmas ‘Winter Wonderland’. The city was lit up with thousands of tiny white lights, sparkling like diamonds in the night. Absolutely beautiful!
But first, let me relate our experiences getting to Vienna.
Venice to Vienna is not a …
Day 2 in Vienna started out much like day 1. Cloudy and a bit of drizzle. However, given the forecast was 100% showers and the sky cleared to reveal beautiful skies by afternoon the day before, we were hopeful for much of the same.
We had breakfast at the hotel (standard European breakfast of coffee, tea, meats, cheeses, eggs, yoghurt, …
So for the first time since I took my niece to Italy in 2009, I have a travel companion: my sister Cheryl. Her life long dream has been to “twirl” on the mountain featured in opening scenes of the Sound of Music. So …. I offered to take her. Now Austria and quite frankly most of Europe is not high on my list of places to visit. …
... and planned to go for a ride on it that evening! We then headed back to the hotel for another rest before our one and only night in Vienna. After a good rest, we headed out to a nearby park, Prater, where we had heard there was an amusement park! We were quite excited to go as we are both rather fond of rides. When we got there we were even more excited, as it was much bigger than either of us had expected!! There were lots of rides, but I would describe the ...
... as information about living in Vienna today. In 2.5 hours we walked past almost all the important city center buildings and got good advice about what to see, where to eat, and the tourist highlights not to miss. We ended the evening @ a restaurant for Wiener schnitzel, potato salad, and beer. A busy first day and we made it through without taking naps. Note: I will not be taking picture of big buildings on this trip... buying postcards ...