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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Concierge desk
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... a good bet to try it there. However, Sarah wanted to get a Sachertorte to bring back to her class in Florence, so we went by Cafe Sacher and I also ended up purchasing the "original" version to bring home for people to try. The torte sold by Cafe Sacher came in a beautiful engraved wooden box - definitely gift-worthy!
At Demel, where we felt weird walking in with our bags from Cafe Sacher, we tried the Sachertotre but I also indulged in another ...
... along with bike riding. I'm not talking motor scooters either. I mean full fledged 2001 razor scooters. If only they had the light up wheels too. -hearing little kids talk in other languages is pretty stinking adorable -the metro system, like many others in Europe, uses the trust system so you basically never need a ticket if you're not a perfect law abiding citizen -very family oriented city Day 1, Vienna I got off the train and decided I didn't have ...
... The market at the Town Hall is the most popular and it is easy to see why, set against the back drop off the Town Hall you are surrounded by lights and sound and the magic of Christmas from traditional nativity scenes through to kids rides and huge displays in the trees that surround the park.
Taking it all in we enjoyed a few more wines along with some snaps, the gifts however were nothing inspiring and without the food options that ...
... amp; villages. Since 1990, the old city has been revitalized, such that it is one of the most photographed city in Europe. Our pace is very relaxing; we tour the sites, sit in sidewalk cafe's drinking coffee, wine or beer and just "people watch". We visited: Bratislava Castle, did a walking tour (following Rick Steve's travel book), walked along the Danube, sat on ...
... time, two tables had just left so we got a seat quickly, and we saw quite a few people arriving and being told to go to their other restaurant as they were full. We shared their famous schnitzel (it was bigger than the plate!) and got a potato salad and a mixed salad on the side (not a normal mixed salad, four different salads on a plate - mostly pickled vegetables). It was all very yummy, and felt good to be eating some salad! Strangely, they didn't serve beer there ...