Hotel Am Stephansplatz
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
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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 …
... held just for the travelers on our ship at the Palais Liechtenstein. For the entire cruise, the dress code has been pretty much casual or dressy casual. Tonight, however, the dress is "cocktail attire". Should be very special. I can't wait. Going to get a power nap in beforehand. I don't know if we will be able to take pictures, but if we can, I will add them to the post later.
... who recognised their importance and then it was finally made a state institution in 1945 It was really interesting to see all the different representations of the world over the years of exploration. Some had part of Australia, some without America all together, there was even an interactive screen where you could spin a virtual globe and see the original cartography with an outline of the current cartography so you could see just how wrong they ...
... The next day we headed over to the Prater, a large public park made popular by it's enormous fairground. In the park is one of Vienna's most famous landmarks, the Riesenrad or giant ferris wheel. Built in 1897 (constructed by an Englishman don't you know) it has survived demolition, war and fire and was the tallest extant wheel from 1920-85! Originally it had 30 gondolas but after it was severely damaged in WWII it was reconstructed with just 15 (just the even numbers, ...
... which I swore I was going to fall out of, and some spooky, scary rides where I could do is laugh at everyone else's expense because they were all HILARIOUS especially Tammie (NZ) and Uncle Riki (AUS). We stayed up so late at the park and then navigating ourselves home via the metro that I am now spent!
Off to bed, for in the morning, I take Vienna! Luckily, since I've already been here, I don't have to jam everything in... And yet, I will! Auf Wiedersehen ...