Residence Le Belvedere

Campus de Vienna, Blocenter 31110, Vienna, Vienna, 31110, Austria | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jul 05, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... was left so that people could get a close up look. You take an elevator then walk up stairs into the top. Dale and I did this 3 years ago and thought that Elias would enjoy it.

From St Karl’s we walked to St. Stephens where Dale and Elias climbed the stairs up to the tower for another view of the city. I sat and had a cappuccino, writing and people watching.

The skies cleared and we strolled back to St Karl’s, stopping to listen to a 3 person ...

Was it a museum or fun park?

A travel blog entry by buckgw on Jun 03, 2014

7 photos

... seat belt and get ready for a 5D show (I know, I know...FIVE???). You are in a time machine flying back in time, you move forward in time and stop at various major times...when you're flying you feel the wind in your hair, the seats shuffle...bit like a fun park ride. Then we go thru the plague time and we run with the rats, which was all ok until you feel the rats tail on your ...

Vienna: City of the Undercover Travel Agents

A travel blog entry by weir on Mar 31, 2014

5 photos

... Monastery by the New Castle). We quickly learned the "rock, paper, scissors" of riding a bike in Austria: "pedestrians trump bikes; bikes trump cars, and cars trump pedestrians." The ride itself was nice and easy since we went along a paved bike path for most of the way. The view was nice but not great. In the city, the ride was like any path going through a large city parks. Once you left the city, you entered an industrial zone where the Danube Canal begins. ...

Last days in Vienna

A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Dec 09, 2013

22 photos

... tour of the day. We went everywhere from back stage, to the best seats in the house, to the different intermission rooms, plus the royal tea room. The Opera is quite expensive, but you can line up 80mins prior to a performance and buy standing only tickets. There are 2 options, for 4 euros you can stand right about the royal box, or for 3 euros you can stand at the very top (head touching the ceiling) and watch from there.



A travel blog entry by kittybowlero on Oct 12, 2013

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... historic and iconic Ferris wheel. This thing survived bombings during WWII so it's become a huge symbol of the city.

Grabbed some dinner and headed to the film museum. They have a horror theme all month. Bought a ticket to tonight's movie: Freaks! Love this movie so I had to go. It looks like they are celebrating the films of Joe Dante this month too. Wish I could see the Burbs ...

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