Adagio Vienna City
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... subways within the main city zone for the cost of one euro per day. Combine the transportation options and a good pair of walking shoes and there's nowhere in the city I can't reach easily, often in less than half an hour. We don't have to even think about having a car. Cut the cost of car payments, insurance, tags, taxes, repairs, maintenance, parking, gasoline and tolls from our expenses. Plus the hassle of trying to drive in unfamiliar and somewhat tricky traffic patterns because ...
... good in fact. After eating to settled back and rested. This was a fast train, the carriage indicator showed at times reaching 175kmh.
We arrived in Vienna on schedule at 7.30pm. It was dark of course and very, very cold!
Luckily we had our scarves and head gear at the ready. The taxi stand was just outside the station and twenty minutes later we arrived at our hotel, positioned in the city centre, aptly named Hotel City Central.
... expensive. We ended up in a Turkish restaurant of all places. The food was good but we left really annoyed because they charged us a fee because we didn't drink any alcohol. I was so angry I felt like giving our waiter a piece of my mind. Luckily Matt was there to hold me back or that waiter wouldn't have known what hit him. It was a bit of a sad way to end what was a really nice day, but all in all we had a great time in Vienna and are really looking forward to our next destination, ...
... cheese wrapped around it – please, sample says the vendor. Well, we couldn’t hurt his feelings could we??? The many different olive varieties sit in huge piles glistening with oil, and multi-coloured. Red and green olives three times the size of the largest olives I’ve ever seen. Antipasti so varied that one could have something different every day for weeks. Huge dates stuffed with nuts, or cheese, dips, stuffed artichokes, ...
... is Austria's number one gourmet temple for Austrian food. One of two star Michelin restaurants in Vienna, the Steirereck ranks #9 in the S. Pellegrino's World's 50 Best Restaurants list. Trace and I are both looking forward to celebrating New Years in Wein tomorrow night. Until then we hope everyone back home has a great night and we look forward to catching up with you all in 2014. Cheers Ash & ...