Mercure Secession Wien
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... So the schnapps museum was awesome! The guy leading the tour was an absolute champion, what a comedian. He started off with a struggle as had forgotten that he had to even give the tour and had only just gotten home from a bender 15 minutes prior. He was so hung over it was hilarious. He managed to give a great tour still starting with their office which is still as it was in the 1800s. It's one of the few buildings around that didn't get bombed in the war. Now ...
... well add one more to the list.
Afterwards, I visited another music shop that sold music-themed souvenirs and got myself a lovely little tote bag decorated with one of Mozart's string quartets. Finally satisfied, I went home.
AND I WAS FINALLY ABLE TO DO LAUNDRY.
Let me tell you something about our laundry situation here.
This hotel is four floors of tourists, coming and going all the time. It's much like a ...
... the city so we all got dropped to the theatre and went to dinner down the road with Anna and sergio. Angie went home on the metro to do her washing and Anna and I decided to go to Sand in the city and have a drink before going home and having a quiet night. Angie and I went to get a hot chocolate while we waited for laundry to be finished and the coffee barrista started talking to us all and asked for my Facebook and said if I was coming back to Vienna he would show us around which was ...
Did a bus tour of the City and a short walking (outside) tour of the Hofburg. Had a quick look at the city shops and then took refuge in a coffee shop from the rain. Return to the ship for lunch, too wet to return to the City. Relaxed all afternoon. Off to Vienna's Palace Lichtenstein for a Mozart, Strauss and Beethoven Concert at 7pm. This concert was beautiful, it included opera, ballet and ...
... but not rich enough for me), and eventually made our way to the Fortress (Hohensalzburg Fortress). It was a little slippery, but we managed to climb up the fortress. At the top, we had the most incredible view of the city. A view that almost brought me to tears. Covered in snow with dim evening light, the quaint city sparkled, and I felt like I was on top of the world. Different parts of the fortress were dated from the late 1400s and early 1500s- an ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Pets allowed