Hotel Mercure Wien Westbahnhof
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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-arrived from night train around 8:00 am and checked in at Hotel Mercure
-showered and walked to St. Stephen's church - church that Mozart attended, was married in, and had his children baptized
-walked around Vienna, had famous Sache Tort - very famous chocolate cake in Vienna but this was very dry cake
-had hot dogs …
We're arrived in Vienna! Although there was a moment in the train where it looked like it was going to be a mission.
Train travel in Europe is fantastic. It's so very easy to show up, jump on and your in another country in a matter of hours, sometimes only one. But when everything is mostly in another language and there is sporadic English words in the timetables you can sometimes find yourself on the wrong train.
Arriving early to the ...
... path. (Very impressive with the mansion in the background.) The statues on the side paths drew my attention as they were chimeras with the heads of women. We made our way up near the mansion and saw a large picture frame with people crowding around (we thought it might be a picture of the garden in spring) so we went and had a look. I was a little disappointed to learn it was just a mirror and people were taking selfies with it. The building itself was closed to visitors so we ...
... running does not disappoint. With art, architecture and coffee houses everywhere it is easy to understand why it is the most visited city in the world. It is also the only city to make wine within its city limits that is worth mentioning. A trip to the 19th district, Dobling, where the vineyards are found and the picturesque village of Grinzing is located was a highlight of our trip. It is a must for wine ...
Today, on our very last outing, we traveled to the outskirts of Vienna to visit an Art Nouveau church, the Kirsche Am Steinhof. This church was built in conjunction with a large psychiatric hospital on extensive grounds. According to Wikipedia, "Otto Wagner incorporated numerous features specifically related to its proximity to an asylum: e.g. there are very few sharp edges, and most corners are rounded; almost no crosses are visible; the priest's area is potentially entirely ...