Pension Neuer Markt
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
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... without any practice, my German has fallen off the wagon.
You could already feel Fall in Vienna, and on the crisp morning of my first day here, temps were hovering in the 50F/10C range. I walked towards the tram stop, following the directions my Viennese friend Nina gave me, and of course stumbled upon a coffee shop before too long. I grabbed a coffee and a chocolate macaroon, then headed for the Innerstadt - the old core of the city. First, I planned on ...
... to Vienna, before kids, our dumpy hotel with Boris Badenoff at the front desk and the bathroom down the hall, the Opera with the "no visibility" seating, the stuffy waiter at the Sacher Hotel. Lots of fun and good memories.
It is hard to believe that it has been 18 years. It has gone so fast. In 18 more years we will be 72, which is hard to get our heads around.
In 1997, our Vienna day was where things started to go wrong on our ...
... amalgam of eras and styles, much of it rich 17th and 18th century Baroque.
Hofburg Palace is a palace located in Vienna, Austria, that has housed some of the most powerful people in European and Austrian history, including the Habsburg dynasty, rulers of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Opened 1279
The Pestsaule (Plaque Column) - Built: 1682-1693 Emperor Leopold vowed to erect a mercy column if the epidemic would end
... riding on the bus around the Ringstrasse, the most beautiful street in Vienna. The architecture was breathtaking. We saw the palace of the Franz Josef family with the green domes, the cathedral of St. Stephan with its magnificent spire, the Lipizzaner horse stables with the white and gray horses peeking out, government buildings and libraries with clean white exteriors and baroque touches. Everywhere the window boxes added pops of color to the ...
... make you question how these buildings were built during these times without all the cranes and scaffolding that are used now.
After the Cathedral, food was on the cards...and as mentioned the 'Legendary Schnitz' was on the menu...Figlmüller. Walking past the church we were now on our mission to try something truly amazing. Think of a massive parmiganna, instead of topped with melted cheese its Lemon. We definitely give ...