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TravelPod Member ReviewsNH Danube City Vienna
i love getting great deals on hotwire...cheaper than a motel 6 i am staying in an amazing 4 star hotel overlooking the Danube from the 15th floor...great room for working and amenities beyond my expectations!
not far to the U-bahn and direct into the heart of the city
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... with its wonderful lights, especially the bare winter trees, hung with huge lit-up hearts, cupcakes and, my favourite, winged violins. But really, the whole city centre was strung with beautiful lights, and it was magical to drift through after dark, which was about 4pm. We listened to carol singers on a balcony overlooking the main pedestrianised street, and a wee brass band in the market next to the cathedral, then attended an ...
... later for some Sacher cake, both of which Vienna is renowned for ( and both very nice). We walked to the Fine Art Museum in the rain, only to find it was closed so we decided to take a cab to an indoor shopping centre not far from where our boat was moored (or so we thought). Came time to get back to the boat and we had become a bit disoriented - needless to say we had an anxious few minutes trying to work ...
... vegetables. We went into the Museum of Fine Arts an enormous old palace, very grand with gold and marble everywhere. There were many paintings and sculpture from old masters including Rubens, Rembrandt, Brueghel, etc. By this stage getting a bit weary and the ship sails onto Budapest in a few hours so we found the nearest subway and after one change of line we made it successfully back to the ...
... palace was closed because the Russian president was visiting for a few hours for a state visit and press conference. Typical Russians making life difficult! After wasting half of our day trying to get into the palace we decided to get back on the bus and head out of the city to a nearby town that had a nice lookout over Vienna. While we were waiting for the bus we had a quick look around the Lichtenstein Palace, which was the city estate of the royal family of that name. This is ...
... 12,000 per saddle. Now imagine that there are 72 horses who all need performance saddles….! Next, we moved to the summer practice ring, just across the road (I guess this explains why there are road signs with distinguished looking horses crossing the street on them), where there’s an automated horse walking machine. It’s one of the largest in Europe, though not nearly large enough for all 72 to have a go at once. Each horse goes between two ...