Hotel Mercure Wien Westbahnhof
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- Minbar in room
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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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 …
Amy took the advice of a local business contact and booked tickets to a performance at the world-renowned Vienna Opera House. We enjoyed the amazing sounds of a mezzo soprano soloist accompanied by a pianist. We felt privileged to experience such a beautiful performance in this historic venue. This is something we will never ...
... so one architect hung himself and the other died of a heart attack a few months later (talk about taking your work seriously!! Okay, bad joke). People said the opera looked like an elephant digesting it's food (odd analogy). During WWII, the allies actually bombed it thinking it was a train station, and sure enough the Viennese ended up missing the opera and insisted it be rebuilt the exact ...
... piled onto the bus to go to the Schnapps Museum. We all piled into the small office (That has remained the same since WW2) and we were greeted by a young woman who was to be our guide. The family has been making schnapps for 3 generations and continued to do so during the world wars. They originally just made raspberry juice until one of them bought a fermenter and started the Schnapps. They supplied the royalty and nobility in Vienna so were very popular. We then moved into ...
... the amenity was priceless, especially when he started to venture into the ladies. Today we seemed to have more time to take in minor details around Vienna, such as the fact that BMWs
are a dime a dozen here compared to back home in Australia. Our quiet stroll towards the Tourist Information Office, was rudely interrupted with an almighty sound similar to that of a Formula I car heading up the ...