AllYouNeed Hotel Vienna 2
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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- Arriving in Wien, or Vienna, towards evening, we were driven around the ring road that circles the inner city to view the beautiful architecture, statues etc before heading directly for a local restaurant for an included dinner in an underground room. We shared meals of mixed salad, turkey, and vegetable strudel followed by chocolate cake and dumpling with berries.
- The next morning we were met by Heidi, a very ...
... my London years, but this was the only way I could afford entrance in this very expensive venue, and I hoped my feet would be up to it. The bitterly cold weather had not put people off, and the queue was already so long that I couldn't see the front of it when I joined its end, so I was desperately hoping I wasn't too late and would be lucky enough to get a ticket. I had noooooo idea just how lucky I was about to get!
... having identified this was the bus leg and not the train leg, we all settled and our true journey began.
We had the best seats on the bus - upstairs and front and centre. It gave us the best view of the breathtaking countryside. The green of the grasses; the aqua blue of the water and the enormity of the mountains are embedded in my memory. Unfortunately my pictures will not do it justice!
We travelled in our double decker bus to Villach along ...
... segment was like a synchronised swimming waltz, where its not exactly a waltz, but the movements are graceful, the team of 8 coordinated, moving in rhythm and using every inch of the stadium. Photographs were not allowed to be taken during the performance as it upset the horses. Fair enough.
Under the back flap of each riding coat was a pocket where the sugar cube treats were stored, reward for a job ...
... was started by his grandfather and used to be located by the railway for easy delivery of fruit etc. but the biking was bombed during the war and only one room survived. They recreated the room in the new buildings keeping all the old furniture and his father still works in there today at 76 years old. He showed us how liqueur, schnapps, gin, vodka and absinthe is made and how it should look/smell/taste. Afterwards we all allowed to try 3 of our choice, ...