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TravelPod Member ReviewsBellevue Hotel Vienna
Slow internet, broken window, no kettle for Jess
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The bus ride to Vienna was the longest bus ride of the whole trip, so we had to make 1 more pit stop at THE BEST rest stop I have ever been to. You should have seen our faces when we pulled up and discovered a giant casino, a duty free shop that looked like a castle, an airplane restaurant, a giant flea market complete with illegal items like …
This morning we did a walking tour of Vienna and we had nice blue, clear skies. After some pizza for lunch we to the Schonbrunn Palace. We looked through 40 rooms but the palace has over 1000. Afterwards we walked up the hill and took photos over looking the palace. We had a quiet evening in the hotel. Unfortunately the internet was weak and the showers were cool.
... found it at "Bobbys food store" - Yeh! We bought two 220 g bottles of vegemite at $6.70 each, which is about $9.00 Australian - I know it's a bit steep, but to two avid connoisseurs as us, we were over the moon! To make our way here, we caught a train initially, and then we were told to catch a 62 tram to the university. To our surprise the train station signs were pointing us to go underground to catch the tram, and we found this massive underground tram system which ...
Woke up this morning to light snow just starting to settle, nothing crazy, just enough to make everywhere look a little bit prettier. Caught the tram quite early to St Augustine's Church to secure a seat for the Schubert concert which was starting at 11 and was intertwined with the high mass service. So I arrived as advised at 10 and got a seat at the back as I wasn't really worried about what I could see, more what I could hear! The choir and the orchestra were ...