Courtyard by Marriott Vienna Messe
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... huddled together trying to keep warm in a freezing climate. Leo also found the seals to be an interesting site, and we watched the polar bear sit on his back haunches to throw a ball at the wall. The penguins were a hit, particularly the baby emperor who was squawking up a storm and flapping his wings like mad. The red pandas didn't get a look in from Leo, I think they were just not active enough for him. Rest over, the next day involved a car trip along ...
... from the rest of us to finish it since Europe isn’t exactly known to hand out doggie bags. After dinner we went around the corner to St. Stephen's cathedral and went inside for a look. This cathedral is basically the centerpoint of downtown and perhaps the most recognizable building in the city. We paid a couple of Euros to take an elevator up to a viewing platform (thankfully it was not stairs after that meal!) where you could get a birdseye view of ...
... beautiful flowers and gardens.
We were at the palace until after 530 there for 4 hours, more walking and training this time to the other end of the city, in search of a brewery not far from where we were at Staedpark for lunch yesterday. Anyway, we were having a few difficulties locating this, Sean's short cuts....... And a hard to read map, with Sean getting more frustrated by the minute, probably close to 630/700 ...
... trim and decorations. No pictures allowed. Our tour also included the fairly new Sisi Museum which explored the personality and life of Empress Elisabeth -- her beauty, her daily life, typical clothing, her unhappiness and rebellion against court life. The third component of the tour consisted of the royal "Silver Collection" -- actually the glass, silver, and porcelain services created for the royal families during their ...
... in Elisabetstraasse. A quick stop at great little boho cd/bookstore/ bar called Phil ( logo like Fopp) across from cafe Sperl. It was then off to see Grand Budapest Hotel at the delightful BergKino arthouse cinema and what a marvellous charming fully rounded film by W.A. We followed that with pizza and a walk home via the ...