EuroHotel Airport Vienna
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- Shuttle bus service
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... used passages between the walls to stoke the heater. Not quite as ostentatious as Versailles, but second only to it. After the tour we wandered through a few of the Italianate gardens ( you could spend a whole day touring the gardens) before returning to the Apt to have dinner and get ready for the concert that night. We enjoyed a concert of the music of Mozart in the grand Goldener Hall of the Musikverein . Ok it was a bit kitchy since the orchestra was dressed in 18th century ...
... the fact that she smelled like she hadn't taken a shower of any kind since she was born that made me quiver. I tried my hardest not to let it bother me but every time I breathed in through my nose I could feel my insides burning. She keeps trying to talk to me but she doesn't understand that I'm trying not to get the smell in my mouth or I may throw up. She's a very sweet lady, but let's hope she's not getting off at the ...
... theme continued with a walking tour to the Treasury where many of the Hamburgs jewels and treasures of historical significance are kept. It was then onto the crypt where the ornate coffins and sargophagos' are kept. By this time we were in information overload and our feet and backs had had enough!! Sylvia walked us to St Stephens cathedral where she suggested we could walk up over 300 stairs to the top for a beautiful view! We opted to walk over 300 steps to lunch. Having ...
... the bus and train the night before and it was to go somewhere else. So with some key phrases and kinda vague directions from my buddy and Ana, I set off to take a bus, then a train, then switch to another train, then get off in either of 2 station and then 'follow the crowd' till you see the school (that I've never seen), all while limping around with my bad ankle, and with no phone or internet. Yeah.
Surprisingly I made it with little trouble, the metro system ...
... designed to carry a large wheeled suitcase along. I ended up carrying it. We were going to catch a taxi but we decide to risk it and use the metro instead. A quick couple of minutes investigating the stops we needed. All worked fine and in actual fact we have never had too much trouble with any city's public transport. We were way too early to book in and so we left our luggage at the hotel and walked around a bit. We called home as our kids are not missing us very much ...