BEST WESTERN Hotel-Pension Arenberg
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... Prater Park, near our hotel. Three hours later (1pm) we were exhausted, its hard work chasing a guy in a white shirt around Vienna. PM - We were starving and thirsty so headed back to a good place Horst pointed out to us, the Kaffee Alt Wein (coffee & old wine) cafe. Had a Wiener schnitzel & salad between us with a large beer (non - ...
... is about half the height of the first, covered with a cap. The mosaic tiled roof is lovely.
I went to see the Wiener Royal Orchester perform a Mozart and Strauss Konzerte in the Imperial Hall Vienna, at Beethovenplatz. Besides the orchestra, there was some opera singing and ballet performances. The musicians really seemed like they were enjoying themselves and the performance was quite ...
A other day in vienna! We did a guided tour of br ( spelling sorry! Scholnberg palace Palace may be spelled right:) )
beautiul! I'm running out of words for these places!
on to Budapest tonight.. Where has the time ...
... is a biology professor at University of British Columbia, originally from Columbia. A wonderful man, very well read in history and, being a natural teacher, he gave us a more rounded history lesson than what we got at the museum, which he had also visited. Julie headed back to the hotel for a rest as she was one of the half dozen who caught a cold the last few days. I people watched and wandered around a bit and decided to to go to the National Gallery. It is housed ...
... meal at our new favorite Budapest restaurant - Ket Schezen - we said goodbye to our sweet friends, Chandra, Tara & Tejas. They were heading to Paris and we were off to Italy.
We settled into our sleeping car & realized suddenly how tired we were. But sleep wouldn't come quickly because Mother Nature decided to perform an amazing sound & light show. There were a few times when it ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Hotel-Pension Arenberg Vienna
Small room, but value for money in this good location. It's awkward being on different floors of a multi-use building, but ultimately manageable
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