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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... instead, a plan that a number of the flight seemed to be clued into.
Arriving in Vienna to a fairly dreary day we found the underground with some local assistance and headed for our hotel of The Best Western Arenberg which Shaylee ha absolutely kicked a goal when booking as we were chuffed when we checked in.
A big comfortable bed, heaters turned up, we were pretty much set and with a couple of bottles of red from the ...
... and asked if that was OK. The answer of course was no and that prisoners have more comfortable lives but my answer was " yes - great".... With nothing to keep me in the hostel I headed out in search of food and beer. I found both in a superb bierkeller with epic chicken schnitzel. From here I moved onto altogether less authentic Irish bar and English pub but all was well. I set an early alarm on Wednesday and hammered the schnitzel it of Vienna. Waltz ...
We finally made it across the border and into Austria, and I couldn't get out of the car fast enough to start the group "walk about". Our local guide, Marietta, was a well turned out, exceptionally educated historian, and a fit one at that. We set off at an almighty pace, which was soon moderated by the group dynamic. Now without droning on for too much, I think it's worth sharing some key characteristics of this beautiful city.....so here goes... The city was ruled by ...
I know it's hard to say, but i sure am glad to be leaving Italy again. Tessa and I have left Venice on our way to Vienna, Austria. We are riding a train similar to that of Harry Potter, 6 seats in a private box and a snack cart that passes by. A couple days in Austria and then off to our next country. Austria is quite beautiful. Passing many ...
... many rooms was very interesting as they have retained the antique furniture and fittings from the 18th century. Belvedere palace was also part of another city walk. Along with Jan, Dirk, Liz & David, we were keen to see the winery area so close to the city. A short tram ride to the outer suburbs and we were in amongst the Heurigers - Austrian wine taverns serving the lovely local wines. We had a very traditional Austrian meal in a ...