The Art Hotel Vienna
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Art Hotel Vienna
I thought this was a great place to stay. The bus was very close and there were some nice places close. We could actually walk into the city centre. The staff and rooms were fantastic
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... here I'm sitting, realizing I'm really doing it. YES, I AM DOING IT!!! I even don't know what to expect from this time in front of me. Should I be scared, should I be happy, should I be excited, all in all I just don't know! And maybe, this status of unknown, of so much uncertainty is the most important thing. Maybe I should just stop planning and worrying and let go - whatever will be, will be... Just ...
... trumpets, chandeliers, many many pictures of famous people who had frequented the establishment - such as Elizabeth Taylor, Cliff Ric************y Quinn, Joe Cocker to name a few. There were soooo many pictures, artefacts, knock knacks all over the house it would take weeks to look at everything. Look closely at the background of the pictures I've taken to see what I mean. Dinner consisted of a salad entree, ...
... instead - it was half the cost of a coffee. The cafe is reminiscent of the old-style cafés, marble tables and floors, damask seats, elegant decor and waiters dressed in black suits.
Moving on, we passed the Kaisergruft, where the tombs of the key members of the imperial family, including Empress Maria Theresa, are located.
We also took in the splendour of St Stephen's Cathedral, and admired its nave with beautiful stained glass. Construction began in 1300. After the ...
It is 11pm and as I look out over the balcony we are sinking... In our last lock on the way to Budapest. But let's go back a bit to our visit to Vienna. The city tour was not exceptional in any single category but it blended together to be a pleasant place. City of about 1.7 million in a country of only 8 million.Clean and vibrant with very low unemployment whilst the country is about 4%. We were promised a visit to the opera but as ...
... at the insanely crowded Rathaus market. We moved on quickly, and I was able to scratch the third-to-last item off of my "To Do" list: eating a käsekrainer.
From there, it was on to a dinner with as many friends as we could get together (which ended up being quite a few) at The Highlander. There, dark forces conspired to deceive me--by which I mean Jaclyn had managed to orchestrate a surprise birthday party for me. And it did surprise ...