Fleming's Hotel Wien-Westbahnhof
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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
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... the reception rooms are resplendent and richly decorated. The Musikverein has a beautiful glittering auditorium but the reception rooms are plain with no ornamentation.
My favourite memory of Vienna will be of walking along Kartners Strass, late each evening, beneath the beautiful sparkling Christmas lights. The nights were clear and crisp with no wind, and despite the low temperatures, it was a truly delightful experience.
... entire city and has a revolving cafe and restaurant. It was a bit brisk out on the deck so I only stayed long enough for some photos and then went into the cafe to sit and watch the world go by with some Apple Strudel and a coffee. Jumped on the train later that day to head to ...
... Day celebration, and probably some other fall thing to celebrate Sturm season. That's when the young, still fermenting, wine is served, it tastes somewhat like cider, and seems to gain potency as the season progresses.
The Christmas Markets open in mid-November. This is a huge project, the trees in the park are filled with lights and huge lighted ornaments. The Platz is lined with wooden huts for the vendors of food, ornaments, gifts and of course, the ...
... they invited me out with them. Two girls from Canada (Cortney and Madeline), one English girl (Kat) and I ended up at this very beautiful amusement park! The rides looked so thrilling, I would have gone on all of them if I had the time. We each had a beer at the beer garden located inside the amusement park and had wonderful conversations full of laughter. My night ended later than I expected but it was definitely worth ...
Travel days never go as smoothly as planned. We only wanted to do two more things today: mass and the Stations of the Cross. That's all. Our first bus left the Old City around ten and mass was at seven...that should be plenty of time. Well, mass started late, a half hour late, and went for one hour, not half an hour. Now it's a little after eight. Mo and I still really want to do the stations because we haven't yet. We decide we can still get them in ...