AllYouNeed Hotel Vienna 2
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... we hesitantly walked to the restaurant, unsure of what it was going to be like, what if it was super duper fancy and expensive?! But it turned out to be perfect. We had the best dinner ever!!! We both got the large pork ribs, and by large they meant enormous! The ribs were served on a big wooden chopping board on top of a big pile of crispy potatoes with salad and two sauced (garlic and cocktail). The ribs themselves were massive too! We both got two 30cm racks each! ...
... their club! On leaving the ground I headed for the metro. Having already brought my ticket, I just needed to validate it. The only trouble was, there were no machines. I saw to metro officers and headed over to ask. They told me not to bother, that the metro was so busy nobody would check anyway! Our only full day in Vienna, and after yesterday's shocking revelation about there being no free walking tour, we had planned our own! We set off and before long had come ...
... sections for the more well appointed river cruise boats to pass through. It certainly lived up to it's reputation. Both Peter and I used up a camera battery getting shots left and right of the boat. Every turn of the river produced a new photo opportunity.
The booking included the return rail fare to Vienna from Krems and again the scenery reinforced how agrarian the Austrian countryside is. No wonder all those big Austrian lads look ...
... as more of a permanent carnival/fair than an amusement park, as the rides were mostly much more fair oriented. They were good though! We started off with a ride Tamsen and Phil had suggested, which was like a big maypole except much higher, where your seats rose up and then spun around, slowly at first and then faster. It was lots of fun but a bit freaky with how high it went and how flimsy it seemed, but gave us a lovely view out over the park, especially as it was just ...
... the Winter Palace, statue of Mozart to name a few then walked past St Stephens – we visited the inside last time we were here. We then hopped back on the bus and visited the Strauss Museum – the little house where he lived with his first wife Jetta. We then were brought back to the hotel where those who were going on the afternoon excursion to Vienna woods had a quick pitstop and then back on the bus. We have chosen to skip the optional ...