Boutique Hotel Stadthalle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- All-Suites Property
- Pets allowed
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... between the eastern and western countries (mainly US and USSR) known as the 'Cold War' erupted. This was not a typical war where there were epic battles between soldiers, it was more of a political war. Essentially the US feared the spread of communism mainly because the Soviets and Chinese had already adopted the model, and all this tension eventually resulted in the US getting involved in both the Korean and Vietnam in an attempt to ...
... s trade mark, "Sachertorte" , a rich chocolate cake with apricot jam in the centre and heavy dark chocolate covering the entire cake. Phillip chose hot chocolate. That's P's chocolate fix for the day, he says both were really good!
We then took the underground to Stephanplatz, centre of the city and right next to aptly named St.Stephen cathedral. It is beautiful, in its own way. An old medieval church that has been touched up in the baroque style. It ...
... no time for the human language garbage. I think that was when I realised that maybe my brain is craving some additional work related nourishment? Not work (sorry guys!), just textbook info - maybe I can claim the visit to the museum on tax?? There was heaps on the development of language in the human brain, as well as the skeletal and neural changes of the hands and feet from gorilla to human. All foundational stuff you know. 4. I got a selfie with a ...
... family), the Spanish riding school and many statues in between including one of Maria who was a very powerful woman and had 16 children in 20 years. We had morning tea at a cafe by the opera house. Shaun had a famous Viennese ice chocolate and I had apple strudel. The strudel wasn't as great as I expected but it was good to try it. We had hotdogs for lunch which also seemed to be a tradition (we had already had schnitzel on our first ...
... in Austria as she is unable to find work back home in Barcelona. We spend the morning talking about her hometown, siestas in the middle of the day and how much better Messi is than Ronaldo (I withheld from mentioning that I support Real Madrid). The rest of the day is spent with Chris and Lisa wondering around the Belvedere Castle park and Vienna's central shopping center, we debate whether to eat traditional Austrian schnitzel (apparently Vienna is famous for it) ...