Fleming's Hotel Wien-Westbahnhof
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of the boys looked to be well under 10 yrs and it was well worth the €46. It was raining lightly when we got out of the arena. We tried to find the nearest tube station, but stumbled across a busy mall along the way, where we found a self serve type seafood restaurant where they had lobster thermodore, prepared for €27. We opted for salmon and grilled whatever which was still lovely and a pleasant change. We fell into bed around ...
... training (with riders too). The Lipizzaner stallions are born black, fade to gray, and then turn a brilliant white when mature. So these were the horses in training for the more complicated stuff to come. All they did was trot around the floor in different patterns, and then cantered some.
2. The second part was the mature horses doing different types of steps. I'm sure they all have official names, but I don't know them, so I'm going to make some ...
... long way from the town. I think after being on larger cruise ships it would be hard to enjoy these smaller cruises..... We are not sure that we will do a river cruise in the future. We think the bus is the way to go around this part of the world.
Before getting to our hotel we did a tour of Maria Theresa's Schonbrunn Palace, mother of Marie Antoinette. The palace is huge, ornate and similar to Versailles in Paris. The grounds are almost as big ...
... to take off my gloves to take some photos.
Luckily dinner was next which included schnitzel, fries, a lettuce leaf served and a generous glass of wine. The way home involved creating a 6 person sandwich with a few fellow busabout goers and crew to keep us warm. We were deer caught in headlights when a bus came around one of the bends and we didn't want to unlink. The driver however found this highly entertaining. A few beersies from the hostel bar then off to ...
... hedges with statues and flowers and water features and loads of trees. There is even a maze in one part but it was packed with little kids so we didn't bother going in. The Garden stretches way back from the palace to a massive fountain called Neptunbrunnen (Posiden from Greek gods) from there it goes up hill to a monument for soldiers who had given their lives for Austria called the Gloriette. It was a tough walk up the hill considering we were quite tired ...