Austria Trend Hotel Messe Wien
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AM - After a very nice breakfast, all the good stuff like yoghurt, fruit, Bircher muesli, croissants etc we made tracks into the Vienna city centre. Walked along the Donaukanal (about 2.5 km) to old Vienna's main street, the Rotentum StraBe. This is a very long pedestrian mall with hundreds of shops & cafe's, and a zillion tourists!! Found the …
81 kms.... AM - Went for a 4km run before breakfast, then what a breakfast! Everything you could think of including cake which I had! I liked the "Golden Angel" hotel, probably the best accommodation on this part of the Danube ride. Onto the trail for the last day into Vienna, quite warm already. Saw our first paddock of sunflowers and rode through …
... to be seen in Vienna's city centre that's for sure, but of course it was all along the railway lines like in any city.
Back on the train and I was relieved to be back at Lisi's by 6...it was still so hot. I sat in the shade with a cuppa and liked watching Lisi water the garden and Lou terrorising poor cat Tornado. One very cute cat....never seen one so placid, although he was moving pretty quickly with Lou chasing him around the garden! ...
... from each other by a line and are well marked, but woe to the pedestrian in the bike lane. Bicycles are required to have a bell to warn pedestrians to get out of their way. While there are bike rental areas all over the central district, we have yet to check out this feature.
Vienna is clean. There are public trash bins on nearly every corner. They are small and emptied several times per week. They also have public recycling bins on about every fourth corner, with separate bins ...
... warm and spacious and after a hot shower we were ready for dinner. We had asked our concierge to book a table in their restaurant for us 8.15pm. What wasn't explained to us though was that our hotel did not have their own restaurant! They shared restaurant with their sister hotel, down the road. They did breakfast in-house but not evening dining.
We arrived in reception surprised not to have seen the entrance to the restaurant in/off the lobby.