Hotel Clima City
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I was up bright and early for my full day in Vienna and changed my original plans over breakfast. I had originally intended to visit the exercise session at the Spanish Riding School, but while having breakfast, I suddenly realized I hadn't planned to pass by the Danube at all while in Vienna. 'Can’t be done!’ my conscience whispered to …
I enjoyed the Railjet trip from Salzburg to Vienna - Austrian Railway's high speed train. It was the second time I used the Railjet service and, alongside the Thalys service to Brussels, Railjet trains were by far the best trains in terms of facilities and service. First class was comfortable and roomy.
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... a concert to attend.
I’d bought tickets to hear the Vivaldi’s "Four Seasons" at the St Stephen’s Church. This church is huge, a main feature of Vienna.
We went to the church and picked up our tickets, seating was open depending on the category one bought. One stands in the appropriate line and then 15 minutes before the door opens everyone goes in and finds a seat in their category. We found seats 3 rows from the front and in the center.
... down to pay for wars. I also visited the Sisi museum and the imperial suites. Sisi is the common affectionate nickname given to the empress Elisabeth who was from Bavaria and at 16 married to her 23 year old cousin the emperor. She was a strange and eccentric woman who did not enjoy being an empress and was assassinated in Geneva (she travelled a lot to escape the court). The display was quite good and had some of her original clothing. After the palace I had ...
... hot dog stand and electronic dance music.
As much as we weren’t in the mentality to get an early start on Saturday, some decided to head to the Schonbrunn Tiergarten (Zoo). I slept a little bit too long and had to catch a cab to meet up with them. The Zoo is one of the oldest zoos in the world and it is absolutely huge. I only ended up being able to see a small portion of it. It was my favourite part though; ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Clima City Vienna
The outlook from my hotel room wasn't wonderful - a wall of graffiti - and the furnishings were a little sterile, but overall, the surrounding district was quite elegant, and the hotel was comfortable, with everything a traveler needs. Staff are helpful and welcoming. The breakfast had something for all tastes in a pleasant dining room. It was conveniently located to public transport, and the Belvedere Christmas market. I would stay there again - very quiet at night.
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