Country Inn & Suites Deutsch Wagram
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... our journey to Vienna. We met the group of students with their friends and family at 2:00 p.m. at the Nashville airport. After a few last minute instructions, passing our important travel packets, meeting everyone, making a group photo, and praying together, we left for Atlanta at 5:15 p.m. Everyone was very excited to get started on our "out of this country" experience! We had a 2 hour and 45 minute layover ...
We have now been on board The Impression 3 days and while aboard eat, drink and socialise. On shore different story have to walk it all off. The passengers, about 150 are made up of about 25% Americans and the same of Canadians, 4 Brits and the rest Australians and New Zealanders. There is one American we all try to avoid, but basically they are all pretty good. Today as I contemplate what to write, Geoff and I reflect on a friend and neighbour that died over night. It is ...
... up at the hotel, had a chat to an older couple from Sweden and took a few snaps of the river and surrounds. There were lots of stands outside shops where schnapps could be sampled for €.
We found the location of the ruins, parked and locked up the bikes and off we went up the 10 000 stairs to the ruins. We both completed the stress test and passed with flying colours. The view on the way up, looking back over the town as well as up and down ...
... proud of 2 things though: 1) we had to write a letter to the conversations teacher about our homes and I wrote a page about Melbourne, in German! I couldn't have done that 2 weeks ago. 2). We learnt to tell the time in German this week, as practice we had to come up with a time-related problem to ask the teacher, and she had to firstly understand our narration of the problem and then come up with the solution. I presented her with ...
... from Natalia. We are so appreciative of her incredible hospitality in making sure we were comfortable, well fed, and knowing where to go in the city. In fact, this morning before Milica woke up, Natalia spent time trying to explain to us how we should get to the bus station tomorrow. She was really concerned that we wouldn't be able to figure it out and we tried to explain to her with gestures that we could see ...