Airo Tower Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAiro Tower Hotel Vienna
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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... all his blood!
... etc. Due to that and the fact that I was definitely lost for a bit in the Metro system, I missed the free shuttle to the Hotel. Then thanks to misinformation, I waited over an hour for the shuttle which would never come because it was already closed. I ended up taking a cab to the hotel when i should have been able to take a free shuttle. On the upside, cabs are normally 20E from the airport to this hotel and the driver was nice to me and ...
... kids wanted to go to 25hour a really swanky hotel near the first district that has a lounge area on the rooftop!
We get there and guess what night it is...its Swing Night! So my first experience going out in Austria was to a totally themed out Swing Club complete with 50's decor, 50 costumes, oldies music and a bunch of Austrian dancing West Coast Swing! And they were gooood! Dont let that 'Europeans cant dance' stereotype cloud your judgement, ...
... markets, and am going to an opera tonight. I have written and sent some post cards and bought some Christmas gifts and now am collecting up my stuff to pack over the next few days. I will probably post again when I get home just to sum up my trip, but everything is wrapping up here. I have had a wonderful time and now it is time for it to come to an end. I hope everyone has enjoyed my blog posts and I thank you all for reading. ...
... dried fruit. I videoed a feeding frenzy of hundreds of pigeons and was wondering what had brought them to the spot under a tree. As I moved in a bit further I was met by a very cross lady who obviously comes to feed them. She let me know in no uncertain terms to go away. So I did, and sat on a seat with Denys and gave the ducks half of my bread. Our next bus was via Schonbrunn palace. Massive building, gardens ...