Hotel Mercure Wien Westbahnhof
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Conference facilities
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We were meant to pick up a hire car at Prague but decided to cancel it and complete our journey by trains. Our next stop is the beautiful city of Vienna. Vienna is the capital and largest city of Austria. Nearly one third of Austria's population live in Vienna. The city's roots hark back to Celtic and Roman settlements that eventually transformed …
... people for the bus tours on the street outside the Opera House, and they seemed to be a touch “aggressive”. The cost was €15 which I felt was reasonable. There's also a stop for the buses just outside the hotel, and these may be operated by the same firm, although the buses look different.
The tour was like so many others I’ve taken, covering some of the highlights in various parts of the city. The company has several routes, and ...
... I have had this side of Capadoccia, Turkey. Cheryl can attest to the tasty goodness that was the baklava …. ahhhhhh.
So after our visit to the Naschmarkt we headed in the direction where we had come from stopping to look at the beautiful Vienna Opera House. (Cheryl could not stop taking pictures. I have now learned that my sister has a photo fetish. She takes pictures of everything. And by everything, I mean everything. She even took pictures of her feet ...
... up a piece of Sacha Torte (well we are in Vienna) and that went down very well with a cup of tea.
This afternoon it rained but we stepped out for a walk around 3pm, we set out for the city park which we had passed in our Segway tour. The park was very pretty and there were lots of people out enjoying it, we then walked towards the canal but it started raining and in no time it had turned cold and windy so we found a coffee shop and waiting until the rain ...
... go into still maintained in its original state, stunning gardens and butterflies, daddy would have loved it, there were even orchids!!
After the butterflies long walk to the newsmarchets, or fresh food markets, once again fantastic, and still being run from the original old markets of the 1800s, we grabbed an Austrian hot dog to fuel up for the afternoon!
Schönbrunn Palace was a fair way out of the city ...