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- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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Vienna was alright. The architecture is great but Reece and I went exploring on a Sunday which was a mistake because all the shops are closed so you don't get the same vibe downtown. Both nights Reece and I hung out in the hostel bar and played plenty of pool. The ...
... We did find the train on the notice screen, THE TRAIN WAS ON TIME and modern with big windows, clean toilets, smooth and quiet and fast, and altogether would recommend it as a great way to travel.
The countryside was very pretty, passing through a changing landscape. Most of the trip was in The Czech Republic and it was interesting to note the difference in this as we came into Austria. Station ...
... working our way down the street purchasing David some two pairs of trousers, three shirts, underwear, a belt and shoes. The shops were mainly full of Winter clothing and it is not yet cold enough for this but cool in the mornings and evenings. We had some very good assistance from one shop in particular called N5 where David bought the trousers.
All of this was quite exhausting and we decided to buy ...
... which follows the Ringstrasse. They had the heaters on so we had to continually wipe down the window to see. The service includes commentary so we had some idea of what we were looking at. Some of the buildings are absolutely stunning, though even the "ordinary" buildings are beautiful. We then switched to the blue line which took us north of the canal as well as across the Danube and the New Danube, before heading back to our hotel for a pre-dinner nap.
... tiled roof. The cathedral has 23 bells (Alex will love that fact), the largest of which is nicknamed 'Boomer' and is the second largest swinging bell in Europe - I bet you didn't know that! The whole city is full of bell sounds and we loved it, a little reminder of home...
So there you have it, Vienna in a nutshell. In the words of Ultravox, 'Ohhhhhh Vienna'!
(See, I can do intellectual too! So…poo bum! Viennese Whirl's incidentally, are British!)