NH Danube City
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNH Danube City Vienna
i love getting great deals on hotwire...cheaper than a motel 6 i am staying in an amazing 4 star hotel overlooking the Danube from the 15th floor...great room for working and amenities beyond my expectations!
not far to the U-bahn and direct into the heart of the city
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... nice meal then walked through passed the National Library to some Christmas markets for more drinks and nibbles and then walked back to the cottage. After a siesta we had nibbles and drinks in the cottage before catching the tram to the amusement park at Praterstern where we rode the giant Ferris wheel. On the way there the tram was stopped by an incorrectly parked vehicle and we waited 15 minutes for the Fire brigade to use equipment to move the ...
... I need for the trip. The time also meant saying goodbye and a see you next spring to most of my friends, either in person, through Skype, phone or email. God bless technology! Honestly, I don't know what I was thinking when planing this trip, I actually am traveling around the world! Yeah, it's scary, you are right, what was I thinking when deciding about it? I never thought I would take a sabbatical, and ...
... Leopold Museum and MuMOK, which as the modern art gallery. They are both in the Museum Quarter. This fooled us a bit as it didn't look much from the outside, just old wooden buildings. However they used to be the Royal stables and the complex is huge. A bit like the Victoria St market idea. This large space in the middle is now home to these two new museums. And we are staying about 2 minutes away. MuMOK is a gigantic black basalt cube which ...
... and very artsy, but it was still raining so I didn't stay for long. After that I grabbed a coffee at a local bistro and then headed back to the airport!
Once I arrived (and since I already had my boarding pass) I was able to find a spot to charge my phone so that I could find my way once I arrived in Israel. I was also able to chat with Sara for a bit, and it was very nice catching up with her!!!
Right now, I am on a flight to tel aviv ...
... The first 2 we tried had long queues as everyone else had the same idea. As luck would have it there was a short queue at the Sacher Hotel cafe where the original Sacher Torte came from and we obtained a table there in very short time. The waitress was very obliging when we asked for one slice of cake and 4 forks. It was not that we couldn't afford the cake but that we are being so well fed on the cruise we couldn't manage ...