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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We reached Vienna station about 6.15am and then took a Transfer train to West Banhoff which is the main station on this side. the Hotel is just acorss the Exit of the Hotel. the check in was smooth and the Hotel very nice. we just dropped the bags in - frehsned up and set off for the town starting at the Stephansdom - St.Stephen cathedral - 12th …
It was not too cold when we left our Prague apartment to go to the station for our Rail Jet 75 to Vienna. Chris ordered an Uber to get us to the station and it was a very good service. The trip was very pleasant and the train not too crowded. We left at 10.40 and arrived on time at 2.55pm. Another Uber got us to our cottage in the 7th District at 56 Neustiftgasse. The cottage is tucked away behind 4-5 story buildings and you access the internal ...
... The building is owned by the Municipality and is rented out as social housing. However, nearby is the Hundertwasser Museum showing a lot of his art work as well as his architectural ideas. New Zealand features a lot, including a flag he designed for us of a green koru. The Belvedere Palaces it was today as we had read that the Upper Palace has the best collection of Gustav Klimt's work including his most well known work The Kiss. As we walked through ...
... Schönbrunn palace so I woke up extra early so I could pack up all my stuff am get ready for checkout before breakfast.
I checked out at around 9:30am and then headed back to Schönbrunn with my new friend, but we parted ways after arriving at the palace because my tour was in English and hers was in Japanese. My tour didn't start until 11:30 so I decided to stroll through the gardens for a bit and then grabbed some water from the palace bistro.
The boat stayed moored in Vienna for the whole day and we had a choice of tours. As I had been to Vienna a couple of times before (many years ago) I chose to join an excursion to Bratislava, the capital of nearby Slovakia. It took about an hour to drive there. The driver took the back road rather than the motorway so that we could see villages and farms. Our first stop was the Bratislava castle, with views across the city. We then drove back down to the old part of the central ...