The Art Hotel Vienna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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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This morning we woke up to the city of Vienna. Following breakfast we did a bus tour around the main sites in Vienna, leaving us in the city centre for a 1 hr guided tour of some highlights
So many cultural site to see!
Following this leanne and I climbed the Bell tower of their cathedral for the best views in ...
... more commonly known by its German title Stephansdom, stands on the ruins of two earlier churches, the first a parish church consecrated in 1147.
The Fisher family has been producing some of the finest schnaps in the country for well over 100 years (the distillery was founded in 1875 and is still family owned and operated) and still have a reputation today for producing some of the finest schnaps in Austria. Original furnishings from 1902 still in ...
... the first half. This is the best ride so far. Maxy directs us to the 'boomerang', it's a rollercoaster, you go forwards through some corkscrews and loops then it takes you through backwards. It's the best ride of the lot, when you're going backwards you don't know which way to brace your neck because you don't see anything coming, you just get thrown around like a wife whose husband has been on the Stella Artois, or in Australia, the Emu Export.
... crisis – too old to hang with the young travelers, and too young to hang out with the retirees!
Nestled up against the bank of the Danube, Melk was a delightful little village that also happens to contain one of the largest monasteries in Europe, the Stift Melk Abbey. The Abbey sits like a giant fortress and overlooks the village from sheer cliffs. Unfortunately, I didn’t have time to explore the interior as I had a boat to catch.
... of fun for me to see so much of his work which reminded me of my childhood, all at one time. I loved the tapestries. Olivia loved the models of the projects he completed or imagined. We loved seeing my family name located in a few places.
From there we went to St. Stephen's Church, a fine example of Gothic Revival architecture. It was hard to get good pictures but there is at least one below.
After St. Stephens it was time to explore some ...