Hotel Am Stephansplatz
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- 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 …
... the Opera, the Hotel Sacher, Albertina Platz, and the Monument against War and Facism, which was very well done.
We like Rick's overview of this monument:
"The memorial has four parts. The split white monument, The Gates of Violence, remembers victims of all wars and violence. Standing directly in front of it, you're at the gates of a concentration camp. Then, as you explore the statues, you step into a montage of wartime images: ...
... He was asking for 2500 euros. Things very nearly got messy when a car driving through was stopped by this man yelling in front of him and refusing to let him past until he had 2500 euros, despite Nick’s best efforts to get him out of the way. As Nick went inside the man followed and the bloke at reception couldn’t keep him out. Still demanding his 2500 euros we had to call the police and get him arrested.
When Augustus had disappeared ...
... out and see some of the city the next day. For or my last day in Vienna I hung out with Jean-Paul and showed him some of the sights that I'd particularly enjoyed and we visited the treasury cause it sounded impressive. It defiantly was, they had crowns and clothes and sceptres and swords and some narwhal tusks, as you do being a land locked country. We wandered aimlessly through Vienna picked directions on a whim and saw a decent chunk of the old town before ...
... tour. Luckily it is not raining, but the temperature is defiantly decreasing. We walked around the town - it is the biggest in Slovenia with 400,000 people and Slovenia has 2million altogether so a very small country that borders Italy, Germany, and a few other countries as well. It is a very pretty and clean country that has a lot of history. We saw the St Nicholas church which is dedicated to Father Christmas as the name suggests. It had a lot of gold trim ...