AllYouNeed Hotel Vienna 2
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Riding School, home of the Spanish Riding School of Vienna, and the Lipizzan stallions. We started at the stables, a landmark on every Joan Kobetz tour of Vienna. This was the first time I have been into them instead of standing on the outside looking in. From the viewing area, one can see seventeen stalls, many with lovely white faces poking out of them. It is only by going inside, that you realize that seventy horses actually live there. In ...
... Nothing is out of place. There seems to be so much pride in maintaining this city. Perth could learn a lot from Vienna. The public transport is ultra modern, and clean and efficient. People are orderly and courteous. Once you get the hang of it, it is also easy to use.
As with all the other cities we have visited, we try to get an overview first, and then decide where we want to spend our time. Brian and Dianne took us to all the major landmarks, and there ...
... to go, we still made it there only 3 min late so all good.
A few highlights from the tour:
- Saw a monument to 400 victims who were killed when their apartment was bombed in WWII
- Most of the buildings in Vienna were bombed during WWII but they were reconstructed to look like the ones that were destroyed ... that's why they look so new!
- It took 10 years after the end of the war for the allies to decide ...
... in a month. In typical Italian style their conversations were heard by the entire bus.
At Villach, we had to change to the train but we had no ticket, just an email confirmation. It’s ok, it’s Austria, everything is organised. We were instructed to sit anywhere in the first class carriage. We had settled ourselves into a nice spot with a table between our seats, only to have a nice Austrian man inform us that ...
... passing through tiny villages, fields of corn, and what looks like terraced apple groves. Once we arrived in Villach, we ran to our next train believing we only had 15 minutes. No worries as we made it easily and again pleased we had dropped off our large cases in Venice. We also sat in our own train carriage that would hold maybe 60, for part of the trip. We travelled at 170km/h so you really needed a high speed camera shutter for shots off the train.there is also ...