Airo Tower Hotel
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The staff at the hotel were quite rude and it was hard to find the transport nearby, the room was okay for an airport hotel
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When I get back to Vienna in the morning I quickly leave my backpack in the hostel before exploring more of the city.
It is a windy, dark and rainy day and the weather fits perfectly to my next destination. The cemetary of Vienna.
The atmosphere is spooky and I am glad that there is a bit of light when I go there. The tombstones are ...
... main-lining caffeine.
Having beer or wine as early as 10:00 am is perfectly normal.
Cafe Melange is the most common Viennese coffee concoction, similar to a cappuccino. Always served on an elegant tray with a glass of tap water.
If you ask for water, the common response is for bottled still or sparkling, you have to ask specifically for tap water, "leitungswasser". The tap water in Europe is generally very good, in Vienna, it's from ...
... Karlskirche, a truly spectacular Baroque Era church. Emperor Charles V1 commissioned this church in 1713. It was dedicated to Charles Borromeo, who was revered as a healer for plague sufferers. The church was finally completed in 1737. One of the most remarkable features of this church is the two tall towers that stand outside on each side of the entrance. Inside, the ceilings are covered with beautiful paintings, although how the artists were able to ...
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An Arab sheikh turned up at the reception the other day, requesting a snow-white horse that would join his travels across length and breadth of the country. Of course, the affirmative response of mine was followed by a nod and a CALM smile, while my brain was freaking out in a how-on-earth-can-I-sort-this-out concern.
What a surprise when the horse ...
... palace", now a museum. It was not a royal palace, but the former residence of someone with quite a bit of disposable income in the 18th century. There are also several churches in the vicinity. One is quite large and has a plaza in front of it that is used by the restaurants across the street for dining six months of the year. (Yet another great pizza place.) The other is closer to the 9th District and was where the funeral masses for Beethoven and ...