Austria Trend Hotel Astoria Wien
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Excellent location on Kartner Strasse the main shopping area. Easy walking distance to museums,palaces ,and restaurants. Elegant and richly paneled. There is room wifi but it did not do well while we were there. Spacious rooms some with fireplaces. Recommend it highly.
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Vienna for some reason seems like home. The center of the Western world for so many years it is easy to appreciate the greatness but yet wonder how the landlocked country was able to do it. I conclude it was good administration. We stayed just a few yards off Kartner Strasse and so were in the heart of things.
The Albertina has a good first …
Arriving in Vienna was a bit of a culture shock. After the quaint and picturesque villages we have stopped in, Vienna is a very bug and bustling city. We had a walking tour through the city seeing the inner city sites such as St Stephens Cathedral and the Opera House. We had the afternoon to do our own thing so we visited the Fine Arts museum where we saw some of Rembrandt's and Rubin's work. ...
... after class ended we loaded up into a bus and went to Rome. The professors were going to be showing us 4 different churches with the option of seeing one more during an hour of free time. We then had a nice class dinner in Rome at a restaurant near the Coliseum. The first church we visited was St. Paul outside the Walls. This church is a massive basilica that holds the body of St. Paul and chains that he was held captive in during his time in Rome. It was extremely spacious inside ...
... Although I expected an Esplanade-like environment with comfy seats (the hall had only wooden chairs), it was the historic value of the building that made the concert popular. Some of the symphonies performed include Mozart's Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Turkish March; "Blue Danube Waltz"; Johann Strauss' "The Radetzky March". There was also a duo performance and some opera-singing. Quite the money's worth for a staggering 80 euros.
... was interesting followed by dinner in an interesting Austrian restaurant. The red carpet was laid out for us. It had all sorts of quirky items inside even the toilets were interesting.
We enjoyed beef goulash and pork knuckle and some more scnapps. It was a great night.