Fleming's Hotel Wien-Westbahnhof
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My first day in Vienna today. It started by getting dressed into thermals, skins, shirt, pants, fleece, jacket, beanie, scarf, gloves, thick socks and boots. That's a lot of layers isn't it. Then we went to breakfast in the hotel I had scrambled eggs, a ham and cheese croissant and black currant juice. After breakfast we walked out into the freezing cold, past the river and towards the train station sadly no snow we caught the train to ...
... certainly enjoy the experience of seeing one on such a professional level. I find these relatively inconsequential decisions take me the longest.
I think I fit in relatively well here, as long as I don’t wear my news-boy cap. Three people have asked me for directions here in Vienna, one of which I was actually able to help. I know enough German to order a cup of coffee, but really that’s no feat in any language. I’m glad ...
... with ease. They had some great monuments in the Sissi Museum and St. Stephens Cathedral, with some fairly interesting history. The food was pretty good even though we did pay for the experience at lunch. The town itself was clean, cut, pristine, had character, and the people were more than accommodating. You could stroll with a smile through this town as it was well above average and well worth the visit. A really pleasant place I'm giving Vienna "8 out of 10 ByrneyWhacks ...
... the Hunderwasserhaus to see the famous building and art designed by Hunderwasser. We then went to the Secession building where we saw the Beethoven Frieze. We ate lunch at the Naschmarkt just down the street. Next stop was the Vienna Opera House where we had a guided tour. Later that night we were lucky enough to return to the Opera to see their showing of Othello ...
I had heard mixed things about Vienna before I came. Some people had said that it was amazing and never wanted to leave, and other had said that there really wasn't much to do in the city as it is so small. Therefore, I really didn't know what to expect hen I arrived. My hostel was situated in Naschmarkt, home of the massive market in Vienna. And what a market it is. You could literally buy anything there: from clothes to accessories, ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet