EuroHotel Airport Vienna
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- Shuttle bus service
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... We like Vienna, rather than loving it. It has great architecture and historically it is fascinating. On the minus side the Danube is a very murky green and parts of the city around the Danube Canal have lots of graffiti which detract from the elegance of the city. I also sense the Viennese, although helpful when approached are less gregarious than the French or ...
... smaller than I thought. 15.2 hands is the largest, because the bigger horses have too much difficulty with the high school moves (courgette, capriole, etc.) Lipizzaners are very beautiful horses. They are all born black and gradually turn white by the time they are approximately 10 years old. Only one in a hundred or so remains black throughout its life. In the afternoon we had a tour of the stable area-very nice and clean and neat. The tack is ...
... I got that sorted out. I will be staying here in Vienna until Friday, and then getting a bus to Ljubljana. I’m sure I can keep myself busy here for a couple of days. I’ve also met a couple of the guys staying in my dorm. One is a really nice South Korean guy called Jay, the other is an Austrian guy staying in the hostel until his apartment is ready to move into. Both seem like nice guys, so that’s ...
... We made it to the hostel pretty quickly and checked in. Then it was time for washing!! Yaaaaay! Or not so yay. The only interesting thing while doing washing was the man with 2cm thick foundation that kept staring us.. He also offered help.. In German. So not much help after all! We dropped the washing back to the hostel then headed for a wander round the town. It kind of reminded us of inverness a little! Maybe just ...
... way to express their thoughts and ideas. We have learned so much in our courses about this type of teaching but this is the first opportunity that I have been able to see a classroom that is fully immersed in this and I am simply amazed by it. My lesson that I thought involved writing letter back to children back in Oklahoma. Most of the children had never heard of Oklahoma and had many questions they wanted ...