EuroHotel Airport Vienna
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- Pets allowed
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... with dinner at a beer hall near home with some semi traditional Austrian cuisine!
I have to say, after 2 trips here now, Vienna certainly holds a special place in my heart, and so wonderful memories. Thank you Pearl Jam for adding to the memories, and for being the incentive for my return. I've been able to create new unforgettable moments with Mikey, as well as relive some very fond ones that I thought I'd forgotten, but am so glad was easily able to conjure up from the ...
We decided to visit Naschmarkt today because it was another beautiful day, perfect for strolling through the HUGE public market, and we'd heard about yummy food possibilities, and that certainly appealed! Naschmarkt is 1.5 kilometers long, with double rows of stalls, and many little restaurants. It has been operating since 1793, when the main purpose of the market was selling milk in bottles made out of ash wood. Nowadays, there is food, clothing, ...
Time for the train to Austria, home of Arnold Schwarzenegger (hence the title of the blog). It was a short trip across the border from Slovakia. Austria's train stations are some of the nicest we have seen in Europe. They are heated, modern and the trains run on time. Italy could stand to take a few pointers (Romania too). We transferred once in Vienna so that we would not have to walk as far to our hostel.
The hostel is... ...
... the way home, have to run the gauntlet of specialty shops: candy store, fruit and vegetable stand/shop with flowers, bakeries, yarn shop, deli, French cafe, coffee shop, shop with the decorative goods from India (especially scarves) and the golf shop. That's a tough block to get past without an impulse purchase. (Okay, I've never been in the golf shop.)
The dog park is in the next block. It is part of the garden that used to belong to the ...
Guess what I got? Three photos, three guesses. Yep, I bought a hat. Having nearly purchased one almost 30 years ago and regretted not doing so both of us were determined to find and purchase one of these distinctive tourist trinkets. We found some and one I liked in a tourist market but were a little unsure how much they were prepared to bargain on price. We did have the opportunity yesterday to go to a more local market because we didn't join the organised tour ...