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... br> We looked in the church where it was cool inside. The church was way over the top in gold decorations.
We found several open restaurants and food stands, one had Chili Con Carne listed, now that was a place I was not going to eat at. We found a guesthouse open with an open courtyard serving food. A lunch of grilled pork chops, veges along with some local wine was just what ...
... were open to the public after she has the castle rebuilt as a summer retreat. From what we saw today, it continues to be a popular walking and jogging area. Our views were marred by the set up for an outdoor concert by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra..what a great concert that would be.
After a cold drink in the cafe on the grounds, we said goodbye to Michelle, Dale and Michal. Michal was dropping the Bakers off ...
... was only 2 euros. The best 2 euros I have spent out of the cold and rain for an hour or so looking at interesting treasures and the history of the town. I got to climb up the tower for a view over the market square. There were several little market stalls around but no shoppers due to the weather. The tulips are all out in flower. Imam told they are early as it has been warmer than it usually is is for this time of year, that was the last couple of weeks. The locals are ...
After an early morning start and a long drive, we found ourselves in Vienna, just in time for Christmas. We spent the afternoon wandering around the fantastic Christmas markets, set in front of the parliament building. The Christmas markets are some of the largest in Europe and were not in short supply of mulled wine. Once the sun had set and the temperature dropped even further, we set off on a walking tour of Vienna, starting off in the museum quarter, walking ...
We arrived in Vienna on Tuesday and we have been on the go ever since, as we had a short time here, basically 3 days. We stayed in an area called Spittleberg.
When we arrived we got straight to the travel info centre and started getting things sorted. That included Concert tickets, bike tours, Vienna pass for the metro and discounts, and tickets for the museums.
After lunch at a 'cool kid cafe' (think Austrian hipsters) we went to see the Mumok which is ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Hahn Vienna
We arrived at 3:00 pm on a Sunday, and were shocked to find that the reception hours ended at 2:00, necessitating finding a phone booth and calling the head office. (We didn't know this in advance. Weekdays, reception is open until 8:00 pm.)
After that little debacle was settled, we were quickly installed in a comfortable room on the second floor of this modernized hotel. The view out our window of a bank of unattractive offices and some raised train tracks wasn't great, but the baking afternoon sun required closed drapes anyway. (The "air conditioning" was little more than a fan).
On the whole, though, for those traveling with a car, this place is a great deal at 76 Euro a night plus breakfast. It's two blocks from the U3, which takes you right into the heart of the Vienna scene in 15 minutes, without parking or driving hassles, and the neighborhood, though working class and nothing fancy, is decent and safe, with great people-watching opportunities.
The receptionists are business-like, but friendly enough, and the place is absolutely spotless, and the breakfast quite generous. Our only mishap (besides the surprise at the beginning), was a parking ticket due to parking too close to the pedestrian crosswalk--though we didn't park any differently than anyone else. I suspect our obvious rental car status helped seal the deal with that ticket.
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