Arion Cityhotel Vienna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... glass...and, well, we couldn't NOT have a drink. Patrick and I had the Sturm, John had beer. Sturm is so good, and I'm glad I got to taste it several times while in Austria. It's wine that is actively fermenting - sometimes sweet, sometimes tart, very very popular.
After we were sufficiently lubricated, Patrick thought it was a good time to go visit Parliament. It was an interesting process to enter ...
... far, touch wood, apart from the first night, our neighbours have been quiet.
After the very friendly people we encountered in Prague, the cold Germanic nature of those we first encountered in Vienna, left us wondering whether we would enjoy our five nights here.
... first class passengers do whatever they like".
It's true too, they're definitely not as strict about having your seat fully upright and other things like that in business class as they are in economy. Plus it's so nice to have a meal on real plates with real cutlery & a tablecloth! They also keep coming around "Is there anything else I can get for you? Surely you'd like another drink or maybe a little snack?" Bit ...
... baggage claim and making a pit-stop at a WC. (Vienna also takes top honors for public restrooms.Yes, they charge .50 euro, but you get a clean, well-stocked, safe, functioning facility that almost always includes toilet seats, something I never knew might be optional.) Rome baggage claim is still at the bottom of list for airports, taking over an hour one time and then putting it on the wrong belt the next. American hotels just look so similar and predictable by ...
... rebuild was initially funded by the contractor who was supposed to demolish the ruins and was later supported by other Austrian regional governments. We lunched at a traditional Viennese Cafe and I tried the Sacher Torte, a Vienna tradition, along with a Viennese Coffee, while Rach continued her Appel Strudel quest. Needless to say after lunch and dessert we were both feeling full and more than a little sick, so we spend the afternoon walking around looking at the beautiful gardens ...