Actilingua Apartment Hotel Pension
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... they use a whip during training. Do not hit them.
The museum of clocks is amazing, too. It lies in a little street which I only found after walking back and forth several times, therefore I nearly missed my chance to see it. they have a great collection of clocks and again you can take your time to digest all the impressions.
I enjoy my last day in Vienna before leaving on the ...
With an upcoming trip back to the States, I can't help but think of some of the differences between restaurant dining here in Vienna vs. the U.S.A. Frankly, in many ways, we've gotten spoiled here.
When you order beer, your choices are usually limited to what's on tap: light, dark, a mix of the two, or wheat. They're usually from one of the local breweries, or since I am often dining with Tim, brewed in house. They're always good. Additionally, you have ...
... during Roman times, with the Danube river being the border of the Roman Empire at the time. We also heard a short historical briefing on the Jewish population in Vienna. In 1400 5% of Vienna’s population was Jewish (about 800 people), but shortly after this, the government decided to send the Jewish population out of the city to Hungary, and most of them settled there. By 1935, the Jewish community in Vienna had once again grown substantially, and was the ...
So far Vienna is much as I remember it with the addition of countless expensive stores such as Dior and Chanel. Coincidentally, the apartment we have rented is in the same building as Pension Dr. Geissler where my sister Julie and I stayed one night in 1980.
Best things about the day: Beer hall, 24 hour transit pass.
Worst things: French airport, cranky French security personnel, monumental jet lag.
We decided to visit Naschmarkt today because it was another beautiful day, perfect for strolling through the HUGE public market, and we'd heard about yummy food possibilities, and that certainly appealed! Naschmarkt is 1.5 kilometers long, with double rows of stalls, and many little restaurants. It has been operating since 1793, when the main purpose of the market was selling milk in bottles made out of ash wood. Nowadays, there is food, clothing, ...