Arion Cityhotel Vienna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... requiring you to get a ticket request number before they could be printed out at the station. Even after waiting in line twice none of the agents were the least bit helpful in getting us through this process. With my arrival and my mobile data plan we were finally able to jump through this hoop and print out our tickets we already spent good money on.
With nearly three hours to spare we decided to hit the one last major attraction that had evaded ...
... time for lunch and Erin had picked Buffet Trzesniewski which served elegant and cheap finger sandwiches. We each started with three, they had beers and I had apple juice. They each had another sandwich because they were so small and delicious. There weren't many tables but lots of shelves to stand at and eat. Luckily we got a table to stand at and then a table to sit at.
After lunch we resumed Rick's Walking Tour by visiting ...
... but not quite, as round the corner came three petrol driven karts being driven on the road. Obviously a tourist attraction, but still unbelievable. I hope their travel insurance covered them. Having got over the amusement the karts caused, and gleaned from the Tourist Centre, that the
best way to see the tourist sites in a quick an orderly manner was to take the Hop on, Hop Off bus we set off ...
... just a block from where we were. We could see MANY helmeted police officers, and people running - Bob was reading later that there were two groups - pro fascists and anti fascists. We were going to go out for a nice birthday dinner, but decided to save that for next week when we go to see Die Fledermaus , an operetta by Johannes Strauss, Bob's birthday present from ...
... on was only running in the summer. We ended up at this student bar with Australian specialties called the Travel Lodge. We
tried a few places that night, at one point getting most of the top part of a bar to join us in singing happy birthday to Mads at midnight. Another place called Funky Monkey where they ran out of beer on tap.
Sunday was our last day, but we did a lot. In the morning we headed to the Donauturm which ...