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Vienna, far better than expected!

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We needed an add on to Paris & chose Vienna. What a pleasant surprise!

As suggested by Fodorites we stayed at Pension Suzanne. Right in the middle of the city, a few blocks from the Opera House, we were able to walk to so many sites.

The pedestrian avenues were 3-4 blocks away. I say "avenues" because in most European cities the pedestrian walkways are narrow lanes. In Vienna they are extra wide avenues with cafes and seating down the middle. Anything you could want from Zara's to H&M, to t-shirt etc. to extremely high end shops are side by side. Cafes abound---yikes, you could spend days here.

The pension was fantastic. An odd entry into a sort of office building, you took the elevator to the 2nd floor office & the rooms were above. We chose the most expensive for the size. It had a small kitchen that we never used except for ice. We had a cute foyer, a large room with a king sized bed (unusual for Europe.)

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